Coronavirus Update: Stanford Blood Center Seeks Plasma From Patients Who Recovered From COVID-19

According to a statement, the investigational treatment recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will transfuse the plasma from those who recovered into COVID-19 patients, with the hopes that antibodies will save the lives of recipients. Plasma would eventually be used in clinical trials in patients in varying stages of battling COVID-19.

A YouTube gamer helped raise nearly $660,000 in 12 hours for Covid-19 relief efforts

“As WHO leads the global fight against this disease, we need them to succeed. To see online communities small and large in a surge of commitment yesterday to raise funds for that work is deeply gratifying,” United Nations Foundation President and CEO, Elizabeth Cousens, said. “Seán and his many collaborators created a way for people […]

Medical donations in fight against virus won’t have influence on Canada’s future policy, says Trudeau

“Numerous companies made similar efforts and we were lucky to be in a position, technologically and financially, to help the Canadian population,” the statement said. “Our goal was to help the Canadian population and not to gain publicity.”

Now, they donate their blood

The associations choose Aluva blood bank after being told that there was shortage of blood of various negative groups since donors were not available as before owing to the lockdown. The Ernakulam rural police have around 2,200 personnel who are being deployed in three shifts in view of the lockdown.

Sai Praneeth donates Rs 4 lakh for fight against COVID-19 pandemic

“I contributed 3 lakhs for PM relief fund and 1 lakh for Telangana state CM relief fund as my part in this fight against covid-19. Hope my contributions help the nation in this tough situation. @PMOIndia @narendramodi @TelanganaCMO @KTRTRS,” Praneeth wrote on his twitter handle.

House GOP Demand Kennedy Center Answer for Layoffs, Return Some of $25 Million Coronavirus Relief

“The public’s perception is that the Kennedy Center leadership took taxpayer funding and left their employees holding the bag,” Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-Ohio, said in a statement. “Congress, and more importantly the public, deserves answers to the questionable decisions made to furlough employees after receiving funding to prevent that.”

Nearly 52 million people are at risk for severe weather Wednesday

“All forms of severe weather are possible today and tonight, with very large hail and damaging winds the primary threat,” says CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen. “Tornadoes are also likely, especially in the enhanced risk area.”

Coronavirus infections near 900 in Orange County; 130 people hospitalized

Officials also said it’s vital for residents to continue following health orders to stay at home as much as possible, and to keep others at a distance and wear some kind of face covering when they go outside.

Halsey Donates 100,000 Masks to L.A. Hospitals Fighting COVID-19

Every single day I am in awe of the medical workers on the frontlines. Their determination, selflessness and empathy is the single greatest example of our capacity to love and survive as humans. I am beyond privileged to be self isolating in my home, without the fear and obligation of essential work employment. Without a […]

Eden Medical Center Thanks Community for Outpouring of Support

Like all healthcare teams during this unprecedented crisis, Sutter Health anticipated a potential shortage of medical supplies and has been aggressively securing additional supplies from conventional and unconventional sources. The top priority is the safe delivery of care. If you wish to share details about making donations of medical supplies, click here for more information.