- Surgical or traumatic emergencies
hereditary or acquired blood disorders (i.e. sickle cell disease, thalassemia, TTP)
- Autoimmune diseases
- Cancer (i.e. leukemia, lymphoma)
- Screening donors for possible symptoms suspicious for the COVID-19 coronavirus
- Taking temperatures of donors before entering the blood center
- Sanitizing the collection area after each donor
- Requiring staff wear face masks
using sterile collection techniques to ensure effective social distancing
Please consider donating to help save the lives of those in need. Locate a donor center nearest you in the table below.
CLICK HERE to view the current status of our national blood supply.
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