Middle Tennessee is experiencing a critical blood shortage. Here are five blood drives happening within 25 miles of Lynchburg in the next three weeks.
Blood supplies in southern, middle Tennessee are low. The Health Occupation Students of America chapter at Moore County High School plan to help by hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, January 26.
Area blood banks report dangerously low local blood supplies. MCHS will host a mobile blood drive on November 5.
Over 200 state blood drives and nearly 8,000 scheduled donations have been cancelled in this month due to the COVID-19 health scare. Supplies are now critically low in Tennessee.
LOCAL NEWS — There is zero evidence that the COVID-19 virus can spread through blood donation or transfusion. Despite that fact, health officials say they are beginning to see a drop off […]
LOCAL NEWS — Blood supplies across Tennessee, and much of the U.S., are at dangerously low levels due to recent severe weather and the holidays. (Click here to read that story). You can […]