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This organization is a coalition of leading medical and research institutions, blood centers, technology companies, philanthropic organizations and more, working to support the rapid development of potential new therapies for COVID-19 patients. See who's involved here.
How it works
You must’ve had your illness clinically documented AND be symptom free for the past 14 days.
Your appointment will include a basic health screening to make sure everything is good to go.
Similar to donating blood, except this process separates plasma, returning red blood cells and platelets back to you.
Your plasma donation could be a key part of the fight against COVID-19. Once donated, it can take one of two paths:
- Be directly transfused into a patient
- Be used to make a potential vaccine