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More than a Ton of Plasma was Prepared for the Treatment of COVID-19 in Moscow
17.07.2020 12:03
More than a Ton of Plasma was Prepared for the Treatment of COVID-19 in Moscow

More than 1.7 thousand people donated plasma in Moscow so that doctors could use it to treat patients with COVID-19. In total, more than 1 ton of plasma was collected, the deputy mayor of Moscow on social development Anastasia Rakova told reporters. “We thank everyone who responded.  In our hospitals, more than 760 patients have been given transfusions, almost 500 of them have already successfully overcome the disease and were discharged from hospitals,” Rakova said (quoted by TASS).

      This method was first used by Moscow doctors in early April. The city authorities have established donor incentive payments in the amount of 5 thousand rubles per 600 ml of plasma. By early June, more than a thousand Muscovites had donated plasma with antibodies in the capital.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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