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Blood donation drive today until 5 pm

Blood donation drive today until 5 pm

By Staff Writer - October 18, 2016

bloodCoinciding with the National Blood Donor Day, the Association of Monaco blood donors (l’Amicale des donneurs de sang de Monaco) and the Blood Transfusion Centre have organised a major blood donation initiative today.

Volunteers are asked not just to give blood, but mark the day as an important event and tell family, friends, and colleagues.

More than 5,000 blood donations are needed each year for the transfusions at Monaco’s health facilities. Volunteers today and throughout the year will enable the Principality to be self-sufficient in terms of blood supplies.

Stop by the A Casa i Soci at the Maison des Associations (2, bis Promenade Honoré II ), just around the corner from Starbucks in La Condamine, until 5 pm.

 

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