As frontline workers continue to help battle the COVID-19 pandemic, premier Doug Ford is offering a helping hand. In a press conference on Friday afternoon, the leader stated that Ontario's PPE supplies were "available" and that he would get them to anyone in need. All workers have to do is call him up.\nWhen Ford was asked about the problems that some frontline workers had with obtaining PPE, he stated that it was "frustrating."\nThe premier states that PPE is available across the province and that all frontline workers should be able to have access to this equipment.\nIn fact, he even admitted that if frontline workers continue to struggle with getting their hands on masks and gloves across the province to just call his office, where he would ensure that the equipment got delivered to them.\n"It's so frustrating hearing that the frontline people are having problems getting the PPE. What I recommend, just call. If you got to call, call my office, call anyone and we'll have it over there.""It's unacceptable, everyone should be getting PPE," the premier continued.\nView this post on Instagram Thank you to Todd Bourgon and the Trillium Automobile Dealers for the incredible donation of 32,000 masks. I’m driving those over to @hchickwick and the entire @conquercovid19ca right now! #OntarioSpirit A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Apr 11, 2020 at 6:50am PDT\nHowever, this isn't the first move that the premier has made to ensure that proper PPE got into the hands of frontline workers.\nLast month, pictures were taken of Ford personally loading up his own pickup truck with surgical masks that had been donated to Ontario from Markham business Dental Brands.\nView this post on Instagram Today I’m here with the amazing @hchickwick and the men and women of the @conquercovid19ca team for their PPE drive. Incredible leadership. Incredible spirit. I am honoured to see them in action. We are #StrongerTogether. If you have PPE please donate. https://www.conquercovid19.ca A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Apr 11, 2020 at 7:22am PDT\nHe was also photographed making PPE deliveries after Trillium Automobile Dealers donated 32,000 masks to the province.\nIn fact, Ford has even been lending helping hand to Woodbridge Auto Group, who has now been commissioned to create masks that are similar to the popular N95.\nStudents across Ontario have also been making PPE for frontline healthcare workers.\nHowever, despite the ongoing efforts, it was reported last week that Sunnybrook Hospital workers were turning to snorkels because the supply of masks is low.