Dr. Baia Lasky, regional medical director of the American Red Cross of Georgia, reports the emergency assistance organization is experiencing its lowest post-summer blood and... Red Cross has lowest supply of blood in 6 years

Dr. Baia Lasky, regional medical director of the American Red Cross of Georgia, reports the emergency assistance organization is experiencing its lowest post-summer blood and platelet inventory level in six years, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the region has less than a day’s supply of certain blood types.

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