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Donating Plasma May Be the Key in the Fight Against COVID-19 (Mackenzie Walsh, Public Affairs Specialist, Tripler Army Medical Center)
Maj. Gen. Michael Place sits in a chair at Tripler Army Medical Center Blood DonorCenter, squeezing a red droplet-shaped stress ball.

MHS Asks COVID-19 Recovered to Donate Plasma for Seriously Ill (Military Health System Communications Office)
The COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma (CCP) Collection Program is a Department of Defense effort to collect 10,000 units of CCP donated by members of the military community who have recovered from the disease by Sept. 30, 2020.

Bliss Blood Program Faces Supply Shortage, Begins Testing for Coronavirus Antibodies (Michelle Gordon, Fort Bliss Public Affairs Office)
As the United States enters the fourth month of a global pandemic caused by the new coronavirus, it also faces a nationwide blood donation shortage, which includes blood collected for service members deployed overseas.