Red Cross declares ‘blood crisis’ as the number of blood drives in America’s schools drops 62%


Red Cross declares ‘blood crisis’ as the number of blood drives in America’s schools drops 62% due to the COVID-19 pandemic

  • The Red Cross says the U.S. is currently suffering a ‘national blood crisis’ as donations fall during the pandemic
  • Overall blood donations are down 10% during the pandemic as many events have been cancelled, and Covid has caused staffing issues for some events
  • Schools, a key piece in blood donation efforts, have occurred 62% less often during Covid 
  • Many…



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