Red Cross refuses blood from the vaccinated for use in Covid patients

This is very important. It is proven that the mRNA gene therapy shots actually damage natural T cell immunity from those who have recovered from Covid naturally. This defies all the mandatory vax and vaccine passport regulations now destroying our rights in the West. But true to medical science, the Red Cross at least is doing the right thing.

Here is Andrew Bostom on the same subject.

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8 Replies to “Red Cross refuses blood from the vaccinated for use in Covid patients”

  1. “From Japan Red Cross website at 3/31/21 and 4/13/21:

    Those who have received vaccinations within a certain period of time.

    Those who have received inactivated vaccines for influenza, Japanese encephalitis, cholera, hepatitis A, pneumococcus, pertussis, tetanus, etc. and toxoids are not allowed to donate blood for 24 hours after vaccination.

    Those who have received hepatitis B vaccine are not allowed to donate blood for 2 weeks after vaccination, those who have received anti-HBs human immunoglobulin alone or in combination are not allowed to donate blood for 6 months after administration, and those who have received rabies vaccine (after being bitten by an animal) are not allowed to donate blood for 1 year after vaccination.

    Those who have been vaccinated against mumps, rubella, BCG, and other weakly poisonous live vaccines are not allowed to donate blood for 4 weeks after vaccination, those who have been vaccinated against smallpox are not allowed to donate blood for 2 months after vaccination, and those who have been vaccinated against tetanus, snake venom, gas vesicles, and botulism are not allowed to donate blood for 3 months after administration.

    Those who have been vaccinated against new coronaviruses are not allowed to donate blood for the time being.”

    • If the experimental vaccine inactivates the normal immune cells in someone who has had Covid-19, then taking those inactivated immune cells would be ineffective in helping the other person recover right? That’s like giving someone a sugar pill, it’s pointless if the antibodies are not active and functional, right?

      • I’m not 100% sure I know what you mean. But as I understand the problem, and as it was explained to me by at least one US doctor plus other videos out there, the mRNA injection reduces the effectiveness of your own T cells a lot. As the mRNA shot rewires your cells to make the spike protein, its possible that getting blood from someone who had the shot would transfer that machinery to the recipient which means their own natural immunity would be compromised.
        This vaccine seems to be able to pass through the blood brain barrier, and the placental barrier, and even ‘immunize’ a baby from its mother’s milk. So, I think that’s the issue. Again, not sure.

        • It’s the way I understood it, also.

          CLARIFICATION here:

          “The Red Cross won’t accept plasma donations from people who have had the Covid vaccine,” alleges the tweet. “You’re willing to put something in your body that is so untested that the FDA and Red Cross don’t know if you can donate plasma, yet me not wanting to take it makes me irresponsible?”

          Plasma, the yellow liquid portion of blood that contains water, salts, enzymes, antibodies and other proteins, may be donated to help treat people with certain medical conditions, according to the University of Rochester Medical Center. COVID-19 convalescent plasma, which specifically comes from a person who has recovered from the novel coronavirus and contains antibodies against COVID-19, may be used to help other people recover from the virus, the Mayo Clinic explains on its website.

          The Red Cross explicitly states “if you received the vaccine, you can still donate blood, platelets and AB Elite plasma” on its “Can I donate after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine?” webpage. The claim appears to have arisen from confusion about the Red Cross saying on part of its website that “individuals who have received a COVID-19 vaccine are not able to donate convalescent plasma with the Red Cross.”

          “However, these individuals may be eligible to donate other blood products with the Red Cross including whole blood and platelets if they meet other donation eligibility criteria,” the Red Cross goes on to say. “The Red Cross acknowledges that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration did update its guidance regarding convalescent plasma donor eligibility related to those who receive a COVID-19 vaccine. We are evaluating the feasibility and timeline to implement this complex update, alongside the evolving hospital needs for COVID-19 patients.”

          The new FDA guidance states that COVID-19 convalescent plasma should not be collected from individuals who received authorized COVID-19 vaccines unless they meet three criteria: “had symptoms of COVID-19 and a positive test result from a diagnostic test approved, cleared, or authorized by the FDA,” “received the COVID-19 vaccine after diagnosis of COVID-19” and “are within 6 months after complete resolution of COVID-19 symptoms.” The limited conditions under which people who recovered from COVID-19 and received vaccinations can donate convalescent plasma are meant to “ensure that COVID-19 convalescent plasma collected from donors contains antibodies directly related to their immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection,” according to the FDA document detailing the new guidance.

  2. The implication for me is that those who have been injected with this experimental stuff are a health hazards to those of us who haven’t been injected with this experimental stuff.

  3. February 24, 2021

    “As COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed throughout the U.S., what does this mean for blood donors? Great news: if you receive the vaccine, you can still donate blood, platelets and AB Elite plasma! Donating blood is essential to help save lives and support the efforts of those on the frontlines of the pandemic.”

    Red Cross doesn’t do “politically correct”.Thank goodness.See following:

    “As of December 2016, the American Red Cross reports that MSM may be eligible to donate blood if they did not have sex with another man in more than 12 months.”

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