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At the time of COVID-19, the justified fear of citizens to visit hospitals and the measures taken to prevent the spread of the disease have had an impact on blood donors and the blood reserves have dropped, which has been causing concern to global and national health organizations.

The need for blood to save our fellow citizens who require a transfusion, such as multitransfused patients with thalassemia and sickle cell disease, never stops. Surgical, cardiovascular and orthopedic surgeries are performed daily; oncology patients and patients with chronic blood diseases, as well as emergency medical and pediatric cases that require blood, are treated daily.

Especially in these times of the coronavirus outbreak, we need more blood donors. Based on the current epidemiological data, healthy blood donors, who do not manifest any symptoms, can safely donate blood.

To this end, they many come to the special structures outside the hospitals, to donate blood safely, after a blood bank doctor takes down their medical history. With regard to these safe areas, you may be kept up-to-date daily via email to the National Blood Transfusion Center. Find out more HERE