Coronavirus

Donate Blood Plasma and Help Save Lives

People who have recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies in their blood that may help treat people who have recently contracted the virus. So far, over 40,000 patients have received plasma treatment for COVID-19. This treatment, however, needs the help of eligible Americans to donate their plasma. Do your part to help in the whole-of-America fight…

People who have recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies in their blood that may help treat people who have recently contracted the virus. So far, over 40,000 patients have received plasma treatment for COVID-19. This treatment, however, needs the help of eligible Americans to donate their plasma. Do your part to help in the whole-of-America fight against the COVID-19 pandemic – find out if you are eligible and how to donate at www.coronavirus.govexternal icon.

US Surgeon General, HHS

Stephen Hahn, M.D.

Surgeon General Jerome Adamsimage icon[JPG – 384 KB]

Recovered from COVID?

Help us save lives.

Donate plasma now.

Cornonavirus.gov

Surgeon General Jerome Adams

Surgeon General Jerome Adamsimage icon[JPG – 295 KB]

Recovered from COVID?

Help us save lives.

Donate plasma now.

Cornonavirus.gov

Surgeon General Jerome Adams

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