If you have you recovered from Covid-19, you may be able to help those who are still seriously ill with the disease.
NHS Blood and Transplant is leading a major programme, on behalf of the Government, to collect blood donations from those who have recovered and are now well.
It contains ‘convalescent plasma’ which may contain antibodies that their body has created to fight the coronavirus.
If this is transfused into someone who is ill, it can help them develop their own antibodies to the virus.
We know that the plasma from three groups of recovered people is most likely to be able to save lives – men, the over 35s, and people who needed hospital treatment.
We also know people with an Asian heritage also have particular have high levels of antibodies and are keen to hear from them.
If you think you can donate your plasma, call 0300 123 23 23 or visit www.nhsbt.nhs.uk
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