With more and more people staying at home, the Community Blood Bank has seen a decrease in overall donations and the lack of blood drive opportunities to support the community’s blood supply. That means they are in need of your donations more than ever. Ken Versteeg, the Executive Director of the Community Blood Bank, and Rita Nelson, the Donor Consultant with the Blood Bank, share how you can help keep blood supplies stable during the coronavirus threat.
To find information on pop up blood banks and blood bank hours, visit the Community Blood Bank website.
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- If you are experiencing a fever or cough, or think you might have COVID-19, call your doctor’s clinic or sign in to Sanford My Chart to schedule an e-visit. You’ll also find advice on visitor restrictions and what you need to know about the coronavirus on Sanford My Chart or their website at sanfordhealth.org.
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