Blood Drive Closed: Donations of blood are being impacted in Oregon as a result of the winter storm. Blood drives scheduled for Friday around the region were canceled by the Red Cross. After experiencing some difficulties with the heating system, one of those was intended for the Bend Factory Stores.
Oregon Blood Drive Closed Due to Winter Storm
The cancellations come at a time that is generally slow for donations due to the fact that people are getting sick and traveling for the holidays.There is a time limit on the use of donated blood. Every single day, it is necessary to collect 12,500 units of blood and roughly 3,000 units of platelets across the country.
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“It would be ideal if we could stockpile for times like this, but the fact of the matter is that we simply can’t. According to Maris Wyckoff, who is the Area Booking Manager for the American Red Cross, the need is always present because of this reason.
The demand for donations will expand across the United States as a result of this winter storm, which is affecting a significant portion of the country.
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