The Irish Blood Transfusion Service Say Giving Blood Could Become Part Of People's Routine Post-Covid19

The organisation is currently appealing for donors

They expect an increased demand for blood as hospitals begin to perform postponed surgeries. 

Blood donation clinics are now operating on an appointment basis with various medical screening questions in the place as well as social distancing, PPE, and the help of the Civil Defence and Red Cross. 

Speaking to RedFM News Donor Services Manager Maureen Gill-Emerson says giving blood is something that people could work into routines as daily life resumes:

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