There are a bunch of good doctors in Vancouver. Medical drama series The Good Doctor reportedly has plans to donate supplies to Vancouver hospitals in need. The set props will now be used to help save lives.\nThe COVID-19 pandemic paused TV and film production within the last week. Most of it is precautionary and to encourage people's social distancing.\nHowever, some Canadian productions including Riverdale were halted when one crew member contracted or came into contact with someone with the illness.\nWhile the streets are getting quieter as people obey safety precautions and stay inside, the hospitals are quickly filling up with sick individuals.\nSupplies are in demand and running out fast. But thanks to TV medical dramas, there is extra equipment on hand that can be spared during these difficult times.\nAccording to Entertainment Weekly, a few series are generously donating supplies to places in need.\nEW writes that "ABC's The Good Doctor plans to donate its gear in Vancouver."\nThe series is currently in its third season and has been almost exclusively filmed in BC with other locations in Surrey, Coquitlam, and Burnaby. What's Filming claims that production on the newest season began in June 2019 and ended on March 3. Just in the nick of time before having to halt due to COVID-19 concerns.\nView this post on Instagram Shaun is ready to take some risks. Don't miss #TheGoodDoctor tomorrow on @abcnetwork! A post shared by The Good Doctor (@thegooddoctorabc) on Mar 1, 2020 at 9:00am PST\nThe Wrap confirms that a spokesperson for the series said they do plan "to donate its masks and other medical supplies."\nAnother medical series, The Resident, also donated supplies to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. PEOPLE writes that they postponed filming on the third season due to the pandemic.\nDr. Karen Law at Grady Memorial shared a post thanking The Resident for their generous donation including "a magical shipment of masks".\nIn the caption, Law wrote, "To the entire team @theresidentonfox, thank you for this incredibly generous donation of #PPE from your set, including gowns, masks, gloves, and all the things our healthcare workers need to provide safe care for our community during #COVID19."\nShe continued, "This kind of community support means so much to our #frontlineproviders who are making many sacrifices to staff our hospitals and care for our community."\nView this post on Instagram "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping." . To the entire team @theresidentonfox, thank you for this incredibly generous donation of #PPE from your set, including gowns, masks, gloves, and all the things our healthcare workers need to provide safe care for our community during #COVID19. . Yesterday, I had a serious discussion with the residents about how, though supplies are low, a magical shipment of masks is unlikely to arrive. And yet, a magical shipment of masks DID arrive, in the form of this very generous gesture. This kind of community support means so much to our #frontlineproviders who are making many sacrifices to staff our hospitals and care for our community. . Thank you, @theresidentonfox and @foxtv for being helpers. We needed this kind of good news today. . PS: Sorry it's not a great pic, but the focus was not on the photo at the time. Similarly, the team @theresidentonfox are good citizens doing good deeds and not looking for a shout out. Though I encourage all to support The Resident and the great team behind the show and to pay their good deed forward any way you can. . #Hurstlife #residentlife #emoryIMresidents #lookforthehelpers #gratitude A post shared by klaw (@karen.ll.law) on Mar 18, 2020 at 12:27pm PDT\nEntertainment Weekly adds that "Grey's Anatomy spin-off Station 19 has donated some of their N95 masks to the City of Ontario Fire Dept" located in California.\nSince production already wrapped, you can catch the two-part finale of The Good Doctor starting on March 23 on ABC.