Blood donations are important and save lives, but the mass use of COVID-19 vaccines all of which are in the early clinical research stage raises questions.
Is it safe to receive a vaccine from a person who received the experimental medical treatment?
Can we request blood from non-vaccinated people as a safety precaution?
I decided to check what the blood donation websites of several countries say about it. What I found isn’t something you may want to hear.
You can get blood by vaccinated by COVID-19 and you have no choice!
Vaccinated for COVID-19 may or may not need to wait to donate blood. Deferral period is from none to several days and up to 2 months after vaccination. Sometimes the waiting period depends on the type of the COVID-19 vaccine, sometimes doesn’t. Information if vaccination status is kept in the blood files and if you could choose unvaccinated…
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