COVID-19 positive? Donate blood.

COVID-19 convalescent plasma is an emergency treatment to help critically ill coronavirus patients.

OneBlood, a not-for-profit blood donation center, is collecting COVID-19 convalescent plasma from people who have recovered from the coronavirus infection so it can be transfused to people with life-threatening COVID-19 in hopes of saving lives.

How you can help:

If you have been diagnosed positive with coronavirus, you may be eligible to donate blood to critically-ill patients battling covid-19.

If you meet certain criteria:

  • You must be eligible to donate blood
  • You must have a prior diagnosis of COVID-19 documented by a laboratory test
  • You must have fully recovered from COVID-19 with complete resolution of symptoms for at least 14 days before donating plasma for this purpose
  • You must have a negative result for COVID-19
  • If there is not a negative result, then the candidate must be fully recovered for at least 28 days

Where to donate:

If you think you qualify and are willing to help, or if you have questions about being a COVID-19 convalescent plasma donor, please make an appointment at a location near you.

For any questions regarding criteria, how to donate or to find a location, visit OneBlood's website and click on the Convalesent Plasma website banner.