If you are searching for blood donors for your near and dear ones in Guwahati, you are on the right platform.
There are a number of groups which support people in need of blood in Guwahati.
The Team Humanity is such a group of blood donors and social activists which help people in getting blood whenever needed.
The blood donor’s group, Team Humanity – Blood Donors & Social Activists in India, can be contacted through their active Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/188616628147271.
The another blood donors’ group, which remains active in the city is Guwahati Blood Donors.
This blood donors’ group (Guwahati Blood Donors) can be contacted at their active Facebook page –
Guwahati Voluntary Blood Donors is another blood donors’ group which comes forward to donate blood to any person, who is in need of blood in Guwahati.
The blood donor’s group is available on its Facebook page www.facebook.com/Guwahati-voluntary-blood-donors.
In its Facebook post on April 26, the group wrote: “As government declared that we youth can take vaccines after 1st may and also that we should donate our blood before taking vaccines….
In this chain, many voluntary donors donate their blood.”
The list of blood donors’ group in Guwahati does not end here.
Helping Hand Blood Donors is another group, members of which support people get blood when required.
The blood donors’ group is available on its Facebook page – www.facebook.com/groups/265189381392732.
“Blood donation is the most sacred act. Health benefits of blood donation: The joy of saving human lives! Reduce the risk of heart diseases! Reduces the risk of cancer! Free health check up; the life of another person can be saved,” the group writes.
Assam Blood Donation Group, which is active at its Facebook page www.facebook.com/groups/2391942994191782, can also be contacted for blood.
Blood Donors for Guwahati, Assam is also available on its Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/444059012333121.
The Sikh community of Guwahati launched Khalsa Blood Donors group on March 23, 2018 to promote voluntary blood donations in Assam.
The blood donors’ group can be contacted at email@example.com.
Amid novel coronavirus pandemic, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has issued guidelines for blood transfusion services in the country.
Amid Covid19 pandemic, the Centre issued guidelines in April 2020 for blood donation.
According to the guidelines, a person, who has travel history, contact history or confirmed case of Covid19, has to be excluded from blood donation.
Social distancing measures should be followed in the blood donation site.
As per the guidelines if a donor reports back to the blood centre or camp organiser within 14 days of donating the blood, experiencing illness suspected to be Covid19 or is confirmed positive case of coronavirus or his close contact being confirmed with the infection post donation, he/she must be referred appropriately for further management by the Blood Centre Medical Officer.