I wrote about the race to find COVID-19 survivors—because their blood might be a treatment for current patients
I have COVID-19. I lost my smell and taste for weeks among other symptoms. Luckily, I am over the hump and on the mend. I’m hoping to donate my plasma to Mount Sinai or others, and if you’re in the same boat as me, I encourage you to do the same.
I am recovering from COVID19. I will try to donate my plasma to help other patients. If you are recovering from COVID19 and have a positive test, please register to donate.
The blood of coronavirus survivors could save lives
America Needs Plasma From #COVID19 Survivors Now: People who have recovered from the disease have antibodies that might help those still suffering from it
Had you had (or do you think you’ve had) COVID-19? Sign up for donating plasma to try to save lives.
People who have recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies that might help those still suffering from it, writes .
"'We can’t go to that warehouse and get the 100 bottles on the shelf.' So doctors, scientists, blood banks, and government agencies have begun mobilizing to collect, distribute, and study plasma from COVID-19 survivors."