YOU can choose the blood received in an emergency

Have you considered that in a life-threatening emergency, you may need a blood transfusion? What if the blood you receive is from an individual who has been vaccinated and has synthetic COVID-19 spike proteins circulating in their blood at the time of donation? At this time, we don’t have a choice in which blood donations we accept. But, with simple data collection, we can.

The Red Cross establishes a list of scenarios in which you may donate or not donate blood. When you attempt to donate blood, the health worker will ask you various questions and the answers are noted, People in certain situations are not allowed to donate blood at all.

A surgical nurse spoke at the late September 2021 Nurses Town Hall. Patients have been refusing blood transfusions as the hospital can’t guarantee if the blood came from an unvaccinated person.

YouTube Town Hall, published by Alpha News

The Minnesota Freedom Action Network supports requests to legislators asking them, and the Minnesota Department of Health in turn, to require all blood donation sites to track the COVID-19 vaccination status of donors.

This will allow patients who are in need of blood transfusions the ability to choose, to some extant – and in some situations, the blood that they allow to be put into their bodies.

  1. COVID-19 vaccines are the first-ever mRNA vaccines.
  2. These vaccines are still in clinical trials and will be until late 2022 and 2023. The current vaccination program is a global experiment on the human population, including on those who were not part of the phases of the pre-distribution clinical trials. Long-term effects “may emerge after millions of people are immunized” (clinical trials not completed until late 2022 or 2023

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