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Frequently Asked Questions
How could my blood help save a life?
If you've had COVID-19 and recovered, your blood most likely has antibodies in it that are able to attack the COVID-19 virus. Plasma, which is the component of your blood that contains antibodies, can be used to treat COVID-19 patients and give them a better chance of fighting off the virus. Similar plasma donations have been successfully used to treat severely ill COVID-19 patients in China.
Can I donate plasma if I didn't get a positive test? How about if I wasn't tested?
Different hospitals have different guidelines for their programs. Please input your information into the form and if a hospital can use your donation, they or we will contact you.
Can I donate plasma even though my locality has a stay-at-home order?
Blood and plasma donations are usually an exception to stay-at-home orders.