Arvind Kejriwal: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal inaugurates India’s earliest’Plasma Bank’ | Delhi News


NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday inaugurated nation’s earliest’Plasma Bank’, through video conference, also urged individuals to come forward and contribute plasma.
“If you’ve recovered from Covid-19 along with your age is between 18 and 60 along with your weight is over 50 kg, you might donate plasma to get Covid-19 patients. ) However, women who’ve given birth or the men with comorbidities, aren’t eligible to donate plasma,” the ministry said.
He added that individuals with shaky hypertension, sugar, cancer survivors, and individuals with chronic liver, kidney, and heart problems can’t donate plasma.
“So much, people were finding it tough to acquire plasma. This’Plasma Bank’ will only succeed if individuals return to donate plasma,” he explained.
“If you’re qualified and ready to donate plasmascreen, then you can contact us at 1031 or you could WhatsApp us 8800007722. Our physicians will then get in contact with you to further support your eligibility,” he added.
The Delhi chief minister further said that a Delhi government physician will contact individuals who will approach through the above telephone number, and assess their eligibility.
“The Bank has been put up in the ILBS Hospital. As soon as you accomplish here, fundamental tests will be run and after your plasma is going to be taken. Until the time vaccine has been developed, plasma treatment will be useful and there’ll be a decrease in the deaths because of Covid-19,” he explained.
So much, Delhi has reported 89,802 Covid-19 favorable situations, as stated by the Union ministry of health and family welfare.
In Video:Delhi CM inaugurates India’s first ‘Plasma Bank’


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