General Motors and Ford Motor Co. are exiting the ventilator business, turning their focus back to the car business.

Both automakers have fulfilled the terms of the contracts they had with the federal government to make the life-saving machines.

Ventec Life Systems clinical team members show respiratory staff at Franciscan Health Olympia Fields Hospital how to operate VOCSN critical care ventilators Thursday, April 16, 2020. The ventilators are produced by General Motors and Ventec in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: Nuccio DiNuzzo, for General Motors)

But GM is still making face masks. The company said it will donate 2 million face masks to Michigan public schools as part of the State of Michigan’s MI Mask Aid partnership. GM’s contribution includes 750,000 child-size masks for elementary students. Those will be ready for delivery by Sept. 14, GM said. Also, 1.25 million adult-size masks for high school students, faculty and