CM Arvind Kejriwal inaugurates first Plasma Bank in Delhi

The highest cases recorded in Maharashtra and then in Delhi. In this situation, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced that Delhi Govt is ready to setup a Plasma bank to help Covid19 patients.

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Published on 2 July 2020 10:51 AM GMT

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New Delhi: As the number of corona infection is increasing rapidly, Delhi is at second place in India. The highest cases recorded in Maharashtra and then in Delhi. In this situation, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced that Delhi Govt is ready to setup a Plasma bank to help Covid19 patients.

Today, CM Kejriwal inaugurated the Plasma bank in Delhi. In this program he addressed media. “The plasma bank is starting from today. It is the first plasma bank in the country to treat corona. Now people will not have much problem for plasma,” Kejriwal said at the virtual media briefing.

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“If you are eligible and are willing to donate plasma, then you may call us at 1031 or you can WhatsApp us at 8800007722. Our doctors will get in touch with you to further confirm your eligibility,” Arvind Kejriwal said.

58000 People recovered from Covid:

If you have recovered from Covid-19, your age is between 18 and 60, and your weight is above 50 kgs, then you may donate plasma for Covid-19 patients. However, women who have given birth or people with comorbidities are not eligible to donate plasma,” he said.

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Kejriwal launches first Plasma Bank:

Till yesterday, around 58,000 people have so far recovered from the virus. With very strict eligibility, a few people will be left, who can donate their plasma for COVID-19 patients," he also said.

"Plasma will be given based on doctor's prescription and the hospital concerned will have to approach ILBS to get the same. I request people to not approach the plasma bank directly," he added..

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As health specialists suggested that Plasma therapy is helpful in treating Covid patients so that theY launched a Plasma Bank.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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