Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Coronation in Maharashtra has led to blood loss once again. Blood banks are very limit in blood banks located in big cities like Mumbai, Pune, Thane, etc. State Cabinet Minister Jitendra Awhad on Friday appealed to the youth to come forward and donate blood.
Minister’s plea, blood is left for seven days, donate blood young
NCP leader and Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad on Friday tweeted that there a huge blood loss in Maharashtra. Blood banks have dried up and we have only 7-8 days of blood left. Time demands that people come forward and donate blood. Awhad specifically called on the youth to come forward voluntarily and selflessly for Rakdan.
Earlier in the year 2020, during Corona, there was anemia in the state. Even then a blood donation call. Meanwhile, on Friday, the State Blood Transfusion Council (The State Blood Transfusion Council) has also warned the state government about blood deficiency in blood banks. The council says that there is the blood left in Mumbai, Thane, and Pune for seven days of use. While blood banks in other cities of the state have blood available for 10 to 11 days.
In the midst of the corona epidemic, there is a need for blood for emergency services and surgeries in hospitals due to anemia. Therefore, blood stocks are store in blood banks are monitoring on a daily basis.
At the same time, the State Drug Administration Minister Rajendra Shinde says that the average availability of routine strokes in hospitals is barely for a week. In such a situation, lack of blood will be difficult to meet routine emergency surgery and other blood requirements in hospitals.
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