We will be testing donors who make a blood or platelet donation for antibodies to COVID-19 from December 2, 2020 - January 31, 2021 at our fixed site donor centers and select blood drives only.
The way we donate blood to support hospitals has dramatically changed due to COVID-19. 600 donations are needed DAILY to support our local healthcare system.
Community Blood Center (CBC) is calling on the community to make appointments to visit donor centers as COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the process of donating blood.
The blood supply is a critical part of our healthcare system. It is imperative for healthy individuals to come in and donate blood so that it’s available to those in need. At this unprecedented time, this is one thing you can do to help someone who desperately needs it.
CBC is now increasing the nation’s supply of convalescent plasma by collecting donations from those who have recovered from COVID-19. CBC will collect, process the plasma for infusion, and maintain a bank for hospitals to treat patients with serious or immediately life-threatening COVID-19 infections. We are asking all eligible donors to come forward so we can treat as many patients as possible.
To protect our staff and donors, donors must wear a mask or face covering when presenting to donate.
CBC is committed to the safety of our donors, volunteers, employees and blood recipients, and to transparency with the public during this evolving public health emergency.
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