covid-19 information

If you have been tested for covid and have not received your results, please wait to donate until you receive your negative results.


Convalescent plasma is the liquid portion of your blood that is collected from recovered COVID-19 patients. COVID-19 patients develop antibodies that help fight against the virus, which can be found in their plasma.

This form of treatment is being used to help critically ill patients that are currently suffering from COVID-19.

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Meet regular blood donation requirements.

two blood drops

Has had COVID and filled out the CCP questionnaire.

(Click here)
three blood drops

Must be completely symptom-free for 14 consecutive days.


If you've received the COVID-19 vaccine, you may be able to donate CCP. Please contact us to see if you qualify.
For females only - if you have a history of pregnancy carried to term, we will need to test you for HLA antibodies before you are scheduled to donate CCP*


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We are committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all of our donors and team members.

Here's where it starts…


Team members are instructed to disinfect screening rooms, equipment and donor beds between each donor. Frequent cleaning and disinfecting will be conducted in high-touch areas, such as phones, keyboards, touch screens, etc.


Workers are instructed to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water frequently throughout the day. Sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer dispensers are located where handwashing stations are not readily available.


Social distancing has been implemented by marking on the floors at registration, limiting the number of donor beds in use, offering workers an isolated work area if requested.


People are instructed to cover their cough or sneeze and to sanitize their hands immediately afterward


Employees are to properly wear masks when on the donor floor or when in contact with donors/visitors. For donors, we are currently following CDC requirements for mask guidelines.

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