Vax Blood Is Poison? Red Cross Issues Strange Update

Correction: Several vaccines, including the MMR, chicken pox, and live shingles shots, have waiting periods mandated by the Red Cross. On the other hand, most COVID-19 vaccinations don’t need a waiting period. The Red Cross observes:
 

“As long as you are symptom-free and fever-free, it is OK if you had a COVID-19 vaccination from AstraZeneca, Janssen/J&J, Moderna, Novavax, or Pfizer that is non-replicating, inactivated, or RNA-based.”

“If you had a live COVID vaccination, wait two weeks. If you received a COVID-19 vaccination but are unsure if it was a live attenuated vaccine or an inactivated, RNA-based vaccine, wait two weeks.”
The Public HealthTM authorities’ typical position for years has been, “There’s nothing wrong with the blood of the vaxxed”—no hedges, no disclaimers. Contrary claims have been mocked as conspiracy theories.

Through Very Well Health:

“Medical professionals want the general public to know that after getting the COVID vaccination, giving blood is safe. Indeed, it’s highly recommended, particularly in the summer, when blood donations tend to be lower. According to the American Red Cross, giving blood has no effect on a donor’s immunological response to the vaccination and doesn’t lessen their antibody protection against the COVID virus. Furthermore, blood donations with vaccine-derived antibodies are acceptable.”

Additionally, the Red Cross states that it is safe to receive a blood transfusion from a person who has received the COVID vaccination. According to American Red Cross chief medical officer Pampee Young, MD, “it is feasible that a donor’s antibodies produced in reaction to the vaccination might be passively passed via transfusion,” Verywell is told. But compared to the recipient’s total antibody levels, they would represent a very small quantity of passively transmitted antibody…
Following receipt of the COVID vaccination, you are qualified to donate blood at any time. There is no waiting period required between receiving the injection and donating blood, provided you are well and feeling good.”

How odd, therefore, that the Red Cross requires candidates to undergo further examination if they self-report having had a COVID immunization in addition to screening them for that status: “Have you ever had a COVID-19 vaccination? Whether your response is in the affirmative, please contact 1-800-RED CROSS before making a donation to find out whether this may impact your eligibility.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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