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Convalescent plasma donation to fight COVID-19
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Help others with COVID-19 get Better

If you've beaten COVID-19, please consider donating plasma to others with COVID-19 who are still fighting.

When a person contracts a virus like COVID-19, their immune system creates antibodies to fight the virus. These antibodies are found in plasma, which is the liquid part of blood. Plasma with these infection-fighting antibodies is called “convalescent plasma.” Through a blood donation process, this antibody-rich plasma can be collected from a recovered person, then transfused to a sick patient who is still fighting the virus. This provides a boost to the immune system of the sick patient and may help speed the recovery process.*

You can sign up if you meet the following:

  • A lab-confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19
  • Have fully recovered from COVID-19 infection and been symptom-free for at least 28 days
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Meet standard blood donor eligibility criteria

*Source: AABB https://covidplasma.org/. Accessed August 20, 2020, 10:15CST.

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Interested in convalescent plasma donation?

Visit COVIDPlasma.org to find FAQs about convalescent plasma treatment, donation process and eligibility

Where to donate convalescent plasma
Several donation centers are available across Texas. Donation criteria may differ for each center. To learn more, select a center below:
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