Running on empty

No one has ever heard of a blood surplus, simply because blood is something used in every hospital across America on a daily basis.

The pandemic has proved the enemy of making sure our available blood supply remains dangerously low in a time of great need. Since the beginning of COVID-19, over 3,000 blood drives have been canceled. The result of the cancellations has cost an estimated 60,000 units of blood to be lost over a four-month period.

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