Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches India's first plasma bank; briefs on elegibility criteria

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Delhi Chief Minister, today, inaugurated India’s first plasma bank to fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic. The plasma bank will be set up at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences in south Delhi. “The plasma bank is starting from today. It is the first plasma bank in the country to treat corona. Now people will not have much problem for plasma,” CM Kejriwal said at the virtual media briefing.
“The donation is very safe and simple. If you are eligible and willing to donate plasma, then you may call us at 1031 or you can whatsapp us at 8800007722. Our doctors will then get in touch with you with the eligibilty criteria”, he further added. Listen in!

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