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Sunday, July 4, 2021

Severe Blood Shortage -- But They Will Not Accept My Convalescent Plasma -- They want nothing to do with it since "Now We Have the Vaccine"

Red Cross: Severe blood shortage, donors urgently needed The American Red Cross continues to
experience a severe blood shortage.  

The American Red Cross continues to experience a severe blood shortage. Donors of all blood types – especially type O and those giving platelets – are urged to make an appointment to give now and help ensure hospital shelves are stocked with blood products over the Fourth of July holiday and beyond.

https://www.fox6now.com/news/summerfest-twenty-one-pilots-slated-for-sept-4-concert

 Of course they have a blood shortage, they are not accepting donations from anyone who got the VXX!@

https://www.nukepro.net/2021/05/red-cross-will-not-allow-you-to-donate.html

https://www.nukepro.net/2021/06/red-cross-update-covid-plasma-and-other.html
 

 

7 comments:

  1. Your making a mountain out of a mole hill. You can donate blood at any time. Convalescent plasma can be given, once a 14 day period has passed since your symptoms have receded and you know what type of vaccine you were given and the dates. If you have contracted CV 19 you shouldn't give blood at all as a safety factor OR maybe your evil and want to infect an innocent citizen with your tainted blood.

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    1. Incorrect, they will take your plasma, but not your blood if you got Jabbed. the spike proteins and whatever other nefarious things that have in there could really eff up a patient getting a transfusion.

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  2. From the FDA:

    Common questions
    "Can I donate convalescent plasma after I recovered from COVID-19?
    People who have fully recovered from COVID-19 for at least two weeks are encouraged to consider donating plasma, which may help save the lives of other patients."

    "COVID-19 convalescent plasma must only be collected from recovered individuals if they are eligible to donate blood. Individuals must have had a prior diagnosis of COVID-19 documented by a laboratory test and meet other donor criteria."

    "Individuals must have complete resolution of symptoms for at least 14 days prior to donation. A negative lab test for active COVID-19 disease is not necessary to qualify for donation."

    What is COVID-19 convalescent plasma?

    COVID-19 convalescent plasma, also known as “survivor's plasma,” contains antibodies, or special proteins, generated by the body's immune system to the novel coronavirus. More than 100,000 people in the United States and many more worldwide have already been treated with it since the pandemic began.Mar 2, 2021

    https://www.google.com/search?q=convalescent+plasma+covid&oq=convalescent+plasma+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0i67l2j0i20i263j0l6.7757j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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    1. No one is taking Convalescent Plasma, I tried. Its all an illusion. And FDA has made it all but illegal to use Convalescent Plasma.

      Plus a direct link would be nice, not a google search, the from the FDA is from Oct 22, 2020 by the way.

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    2. Why would you want to take Convalescent Plasma? It doesn't work.

      https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/convalescent-plasma-therapy/about/pac-20486440

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    3. Thats not what your citation says......

      However, this therapy might help you recover from the disease.

      Data from several clinical trials, studies and a national access program suggest that convalescent plasma with high antibody levels may lessen the severity or shorten the duration of COVID-19 in some people when given early in the disease

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    4. I mis-wrote. I was not interested in getting CP, I was trying to give CP and no one wanted it.

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