Blood drive at medical centre to replenish national supply

Private hospital Ara Damansara Medical Centre (ADMC) will be holding a donation drive to appeal to the public to donate blood in support of the National Blood Bank.

The Covid-19 outbreak followed by the various phases of the movement control order have caused a significant drop in the number of blood donors in recent months.

Donors can head over to the hospital lobby on July 14 between 9am and 3pm.

ADMC urges the community to participate to help those in need of blood during these unprecedented times.

Each unit of blood donated can save three lives.

To be eligible for blood donation, donors must have had at least eight hours of sleep the night before, weigh more than 45kg, be in good health and are not on medication.

ADMC will take all necessary measures to uphold the highest safety standards during this blood donation drive at its premises.

Donors are required to wear face masks and go through general Covid-19 screening at the hospital entrance.

For details, call 03-7839 9210 or visit

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