The Honeywell Corporation has agreed to make more than six-million N95 masks for the state of Arizona over the next year to help health officials treat patients with COVID-19. The governor’s office made the announcement Saturday. Upon production of the masks, the Arizona Department of Health Services will deliver them to county health departments for further distribution to health, safety and emergency response workers. “I’m grateful to Honeywell for stepping up and partnering with Arizona to help get these masks to our doctors, nurses and EMTs on the frontlines,” said Governor Ducey. Many facilities, including Flagstaff Medical Center, are running low on N95 masks and other supplies to help fight against the coronavirus.