Blood donations are important and save lives, but the mass use of COVID-19 vaccines all of which are in the early clinical research stage raises questions. 

Is it safe to receive a vaccine from a person who received the experimental medical treatment? 

Can we request blood from non-vaccinated people as a safety precaution?

I decided to check what the blood donation websites of several countries say about it. What I found isn’t something you may want to hear.

You can get blood from the vaccinated by COVID-19 and you have no choice! 

Vaccinated for COVID-19 may or may not need to wait to donate blood. Deferral period is from none to several days and up to 2 months after vaccination. Sometimes the waiting period depends on the type of the COVID-19 vaccine, sometimes doesn’t.  Information if vaccination status is kept in the blood files and if you could choose unvaccinated blood is not available. You can receive blood from a person who may have experimental medical treatment which goes into the blood and which may create harmful proteins as prions which may affect your health after many years. 

#Science #COVID19 #COVID19Vaccine
"The results indicate that the vaccine RNA has specific sequences that may induce TDP-43 and FUS to fold into their pathologic prion confirmations."
Prions can lead to multiple diseases. Prions can pass in the blood.https://t.co/0TA5GJ9pAU

— Dr Lidiya Angelova (@angelovalidiya) April 27, 2021

The head of #AstraZeneca's oncology research team dies of #prion disease.

What are the odds of that?#COVIDVaccines @Parsifaler @richardursomd @MdFynn https://t.co/KadvBJbaby

— Dr Ah Kahn Syed (@arkmedic) April 26, 2021

Blood donations for people who participate in clinical research are unethical and banned. Since mass used or not all COVID vaccines are still in the clinical research stage is it ethical to use the blood of vaccinated in most cases immediately after the vaccination?

Are we used (again) as lab rats by the governments?

Here is a brief summary about the requirements regarding blood donors with COVID-19 vaccines from some countries. 

UK 

“Donors may be accepted less than 7 days after the date of the most recent vaccination if vaccinated as part of the UK vaccination programme, subject to individual risk assessment.!”

Source: https://www.transfusionguidelines.org/dsg/bm/guidelines/coronavirus-vaccination 

USA

  • There is no deferral time for eligible blood donors who are vaccinated with a non-replicating inactivated or RNA-based COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca, Janssen/J&J, Moderna, Novavax, or Pfizer.
  • Eligible blood donors who received a live attenuated COVID-19 vaccine or do not know what type of COVID-19 vaccine they received must wait two weeks before giving blood.

*People are asked if they are vaccinated and should give detailed information about what kind of vaccine they had.

Sources: https://www.redcrossblood.org/local-homepage/news/article/covid-19-vaccination-guide-blood-donation.html  https://www.oneblood.org/about-donating/blood-donor-basics/can-i-donate/vaccinefaqs.stml#

India

“After vaccination, it’s not possible for a vaccinated person to donate blood for at least 60 days, as per rules.”

Source: https://m.timesofindia.com/city/nagpur/dont-forget-to-donate-blood-before-your-covid-jab/amp_articleshow/82222312.cms

Australia 

People can donate blood in 1 week after COVID-19 vaccination. 

Source: https://www.donateblood.com.au/faq/vaccination

Canada 

People can donate blood immediately. 

Source: https://www.blood.ca/en/blood/am-i-eligible/abcs-eligibility 

Germany

People can donate blood immediately. 

Sources: https://www.blutspende.de/informationen-zum-coronavirus/ https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/Infekt/Impfen/Materialien/COVID-19-Vektorimpfstoff-Tab.html

Austria 

People can donate blood after 48 hours.

Source: https://www.roteskreuz.at/ich-will-helfen/faqs-blutspende

Switzerland 

People can donate blood after 2 days

Source: https://www.blutspende.ch/de/magazin/blutspenden-trotz-coronavirus 

France 

People can donate blood immediately.

Source: https://dondesang.efs.sante.fr/don-de-sang-et-covid-19#:~:text=Puis%2Dje%20donner%20mon%20sang%20si%20je%20suis%20vaccin%C3%A9%20contre,d%C3%A9lai%20d’ajournement%20%C3%A0%20respecter.

Belgium 

People can donate blood after 2 days Source: https://www.rodekruis.be/fr/actualites/puis-je-faire-un-don-apres-avoir-ete-vaccine-contre-le-covid-19-/ 

Italy 

People can donate blood after 2 days. https://www.avis.it/it/vaccino-anti-covid-e-donazione-di-sangue-ed-emocomponenti-ecco-i-comportamenti-da-seguire#:~:text=Dopo%20almeno%204%20settimane%20da%20ciascun%20episodio%20vaccinale%2C%20invece%2C%20possono,o%20virus%20vivi%20attenuati)%E2%80%9D. 

Spain 

“Regarding the vaccines received, the Red Cross does not recommend any interval if the vaccine is for mRNA (Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna, Inc.), of two weeks if it is for

non-replicating vectors (AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson) and wait four weeks if you received a vaccine against COVID-19 but do not know if it was inactivated, RNA or live attenuated.”

Source: 

Padecimiento de COVID-19 y transfusión sanguínea

Bulgaria

  • After vaccination, a delay of 28 days is recommended.
  • Candidate donors between the two doses of the vaccine are definitely not allowed to donate.   

Source: https://ncth.bg/events/news/545———–covid-19

If your country isn’t in the list just check but I doubt it will be any different.

Again it makes vulnerable blood recipients part of an experiment they didn’t sign for.

That is not okay and we should have the right to request non-vaccinated blood until there is more information about COVID-19 vaccines.

Ask questions and request more information!

What I am doing next.

I already sent a few emails to the blood donation services in several countries requesting information if people can choose vaccinated or none vaccinated blood and if the vaccination status is kept in the blood donor files for future reference. Hopefully I will get some answers. What I will do until then to collect any available information about vaccine safety in case of blood donation. 

Part 2

After I found that blood donors can donate almost immediately after being vaccinated for COVID-19, I decided to check if there are any safety concerns since vaccines or their product can be transferred from the donor to the recipient. There is indeed a serious issue with COVID-19 vaccines which were practically swept under the carpet by the health authorities. As is well known, healthy people don’t suffer from COVID-19 because the immune system neutralizes the virus before it multiplies. When a healthy person receives a vaccine immune response may lead to actually more harm than good. mRNA vaccines for example induce creation of the the virus Spike protein which couldn’t be found in a healthy body. Protein epitopes (the part of an antigen molecule to which an antibody attaches) share homology with human immunoglobulins. This means that Spike proteins antibodies can attack the immunoglobulins which can lead to serious health problems like developing autoimmune diseases like amyloidosis and multiple myeloma. Cross-antibody reactions with blood proteins can interfere with blood coagulation regulation and cause blood clots. Last is already well documented an adverse effect of  some of the vaccines. 

“Spike proteins of the coronaviruses can also glue or merge neighboring cells, which can ultimately form a clump of up to a hundred fused cells and perish in the process. The presence of the isolated spike proteins alone, without the virus ball, can lead to such cell fusion on a large scale.”

https://multipolar-magazin.de/artikel/paul-ehrlich-institut-nebenwirkung

There is a serious problem with so called m RNA vaccines. “Vaccine RNA has specific sequences that may induce pathologic prion conformations”. It means that people may suffer from prion diseases because of it. 

https://scivisionpub.com/pdfs/covid19-rna-based-vaccines-and-the-risk-of-prion-disease-1503.pdf

There is another issue with the Spike protein –  the presence of prion-like domains. In case of artificially induced storms of such proteins there is possibility of prion induced diseases as well. Prions can be transmitted by blood. Spike protein in particular is a strange choice of vaccine target in case that there are 3 more proteins suitable for it. 

As you see despite well documented potential adverse effects COVID-19 vaccines are advertised as safe. Vaccinated with such vaccines can be blood donors immediately or not much long after vaccination. Vaccine products which can create life threatening reactions can easily flow into the recipients blood. 

Why is the push to get vaccinated healthy people and their blood used for donation in case that may harm them and recipients? 

Why do health authorities promote the blood of vaccinated for COVID-19 as safe for donation while facts show the opposite? 

You may not need blood transfusion but you never know. Share my article and send requests to your local health authorities to stop blood donations by vaccinated for COVID-19!

All COVID-19 vaccines are in the clinical trial stage and according to the ethical principles of clinical research vaccinated with experimental medical treatments cannot be blood donors.

*Can we still choose safe unvaccinated blood? I contacted the health authorities in several countries to find out. Read my next article to see what was their answer.

Recommended read

Did the Paul Ehrlich Institute ignore a dangerous side effect of the vaccination? (in german use online translator) https://multipolar-magazin.de/artikel/paul-ehrlich-institut-nebenwirkung 

SARS-CoV-2 prion-like domains in spike proteins  https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202003.0422/v1 

Likelihood of amyloid formation in COVID-19- induced ARDS https://www.cell.com/trends/microbiology/fulltext/S0966-842X(21)00067-6 

Prion diseases can be transmitted by blood transfusion https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12388826/

RNA based vaccines and risk of prion diseases https://scivisionpub.com/pdfs/covid19-rna-based-vaccines-and-the-risk-of-prion-disease-1503.pdf

Concerned scientists and doctor question vaccine safety and want action by the European Medicine Agency (which has close ties with pharma industry) https://doctors4covidethics.medium.com/rebuttal-letter-to-european-medicines-agency-from-doctors-for-covid-ethics-april-1-2021-7d867f0121e

COVID-19 vaccine potential targets https://theconversation.com/covid-vaccines-focus-on-the-spike-protein-but-heres-another-target-150315

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, here to discuss the ‘dangerous mRNA vaccines https://odysee.com/@TLAVagabond:5/Dr-Sucharit-Bhakdi-Interview-COVID-Vaccine-Blood-Clot-Risk-Was-Known-Ignored-Buried:9 


Excellent tweet thread explaining the danger of overexpression of spike protein

https://twitter.com/JaclynHord/status/1387098295370240006

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Part 3

Blood bankBy Dr Lidiya Angelova - 30. April 2021

People who are vaccinated for COVID-19 can donate blood immediately or shortly after being vaccinated despite the fact that the experimental product may induce life-threatening disorders in the recipients. I asked several government agencies responsible for blood donation if we can have a choice to receive blood by non-COVID-19 vaccinated. The answer from all was NO.

Blood banks may or may not keep the records of whoever had COVID-19 vaccine. They don’t test the vaccinated blood for Spike proteins specifically – the most dangerous product of COVID-19 vaccination. In America they do test for antibodies which admit aren’t diagnostic tools (as I told you). In conclusion everyone can receive contaminated blood which can make her/him sick and has no choice to opt out! Tell me, if it isn’t crime against humanity, what is?

This is not only about the blood donation.

COVID-19 vaccine products can spread everywhere. Most of the time they are given to already, sick but also after accidents, many women need blood after childbirth, they are given to kids (I received my dad’s blood when was severely sick from a common cold as a baby).

People should go right now to their blood donation banks or health officials offices, request to stop blood donations from COVID-19 vaccinated and remove all contaminated blood!

It is a matter of life and death!

Do it even if you are healthy, and don’t have kids or sick family and friends.

It is not about you, me, they; it is about us!

Read again part 1 and 2.

Here are the answers which I got (not all responded). In original language and translated when needed.

America

Austria

Dear Dr. Angelova,
The focus of the daily work of the blood donation services is to ensure the blood supply for patients in the domestic hospitals.
When you are admitted to donate blood, you are asked, among other things, whether you have been ill with SARS-CoV-2 within the last 4 months or whether you have received a COVID-19 vaccination in the last 4 weeks. As a blood donor service, we check whether the waiting periods are adhered to – these are defined as varying in length depending on the severity of the illness or symptoms after the vaccination. Diseases or vaccinations that occurred or were administered outside the respective grace period are not queried, as they are not relevant for product safety.
Red blood cell concentrates, the “blood reserves,” are prepared from the donated whole blood. These contain only a minimal amount of plasma (the liquid components of blood). Any antibodies that may be present in the plasma after infections or vaccinations are therefore only present in very small residual quantities, especially since the immune cells (e.g. lymphocytes) are also removed from the red cell concentrate by filtration. For recipients of blood reserves, it is therefore irrelevant whether the donor was ill and/or vaccinated.
The immune system is continuously confronted with “invaders” that cause an immune response and thus the formation of antibodies. Vaccinations also account for a small part of these immune responses. However, antibodies survive only a limited time in the bloodstream, which also explains why an antibody level drops over time in vaccinated individuals.
We achieve the high level of safety and quality through responsible selection of our donors, state-of-the-art testing methods and modern processing techniques.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact

Germany

Dear Ms. Angelova,
thank you very much for your request.
We do not keep records whether the donor is vaccinated against Covid-19 or other diseases.

Switzerland

Dear colleague,
we in Bern do not perform studies with plasmas from Covid-19 vaccinated individuals. Our donors have to fill out a medical questionnaire before each donation, which also asks if one has received vaccinations recently. For example, if a donor has received an mRNA vaccine, they would have to indicate that. The data on whether someone has received a covid vaccine is collected for purely statistical purposes. Currently, it is determined that one can donate blood again after 48h following administration of an mRNA vaccine. A specific request or order for a blood product that comes from a vaccinated donor is not possible here in Bern. Since we are an interregional blood donor, we are also represented at the CHUV at the Lausanne site. There, studies are being conducted with plasmas from people who have already survived a Covid-19 infection. You might find this article interesting: Covid-19 patient successfully treated with blood plasma (bluewin.ch)
With best regards,

* I will update the article in case of receiving extra information.

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Author:

Dr Lidiya Angelova -

I'm a microbiologist. I know viruses and I'm not afraid of them. I'm afraid of people who accept what they are told by media and government without questioning it. I'm afraid that the fear from a virus which kills less people than flu will turn the world into a totalitarian state! Do you know that there are plenty of bacteria who live on you that can kill you instantly if your immunity gets stressed?! Why you are afraid of virus which you probably catch and didn't even notice? 

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UPDATES:

Red Cross issues warning to stop blood plasma donations from vaccinated people

By  - 02. September 2021

Image: Red Cross issues warning to stop blood plasma donations from vaccinated people

If you took a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine,” the American Red Cross will not accept blood plasma donations from you due to the inherent toxicity issues caused by the injection.

As it turns out, convalescent plasma should only be collected from the unvaccinated who still have clean blood that has not been contaminated with deadly spike proteins and other chemicals that threaten to kill those who receive blood transfusions.

Thanks to “Operation Warp Speed,” there is now a massive shortage of pure blood in the United States that has not been tainted with genetic modifications and other damage. Mass vaccination, in other words, is effectively killing people who desperately need unvaccinated blood but cannot find it.

now-archived document from the American Red Cross explains that anyone who takes “any type of COVID vaccine” is “not eligible to donate convalescent plasma” because of the serious risks involved.

“One of the Red Cross requirements for plasma from routine blood and platelet donations that test positive for high-levels of antibodies to be used as convalescent plasma is that it must be from a donor that has not received a COVID-19 vaccine,” the document explains.

Scientifically speaking, it is critical for those receiving donor blood to have sufficient antibodies directly related to their own immune systems. Tainted blood from vaccinated people does not qualify.

“This is to ensure that antibodies collected from donors have sufficient antibodies directly related to their immune response to a COVID-19 infection and not just the vaccine, as antibodies from an infection and antibodies from a vaccine are not the same.”

Red Cross discontinues convalescent plasma donation program entirely after FDA rule change

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) apparently thinks differently about vaccinated blood.

new document on the Red Cross website now explains that because the FDA “allows people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine to donate dedicated COVID-19 convalescent plasma,” the Red Cross has decided to discontinue its convalescent plasma donation program entirely.

“The FDA allows people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine to donate dedicated COVID-19 convalescent plasma within six months of their infection of the virus, based on data that antibodies from natural infection can decline after six months however, the Red Cross has discontinued our convalescent plasma collection program,” the new document explains.

In other words, it would appear as though the Red Cross is not comfortable continuing to collect and administer convalescent plasma from people who took the jab, even though the FDA claims that doing so is completely safe.

This type of thing is par for the course for the FDA, which rarely promotes policies that benefit actual human beings. The agency really is nothing more than an extension of Big Pharma that does whatever is necessary to keep the profits flowing – even at the expense of human life.

“The antibodies naturally produced by covid infection actually work,” wrote one commenter at Citizen Free Press.

“The antibodies artificially produced by covid vaccines do not work as well, and actually wipe out the natural covid antibodies. This is why vaccinated people are increasingly becoming significantly ill with covid.”

Another commenter wrote that the Red Cross is denying that it does not accept convalescent plasma from vaccinated people, even though the document on its website claims otherwise.

“The FDA says that you can donate convalescent plasma within six months of infection, even if you’ve been vaccinated,” this person wrote, calling it a “legal lie.”

“But the Red Cross guidelines prohibit them from using convalescent plasma if the individual has been vaccinated.”

The latest news about the how Chinese Virus injections contaminate a person’s blood can be found at ChemicalViolence.com.

Sources for this article include:

CitizenFreePress.com

Archive.org

RedCrossBlood.org

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ICYMI:

Japanese Red Cross does NOT accept blood donations from Corona-vaccinated people

BY  · 15. April 2021

The official website of the Japanese Red Cross specifies the rules for accepting blood donations. The page states, for example, that people who have received a vaccine containing inactivated viruses may only donate blood again after 24 hours. For other types of vaccines, for example those containing live attenuated viruses, a longer period applies.

For corona vaccines (mRNA), it specifically states: “Those vaccinated with the new corona vaccine may not donate blood for the time being.”

During the time of “mad cow disease” (Creutzfeld-Jacob), the Red Cross did not accept blood donations from people who had traveled to England and the surrounding islands. This is again of interest because a studyhas now come out linking the corona “vaccine” to Prionic Disease.

So this is where we are now… society is not only becoming more and more divided into “the awake and the not awake” but also the non COVID-vaccinated absolutely not wanting blood form a vaccinated person (or a eg. relationship with a vaccinated). Our recent poll on Telegram showed that almost 100% of non-vaxed in urgent need for blood rather dies than getting mRNA (gene-altered) infested blood in his body.

With the “non COVID-vaccinated passport” (you can order it here) you have your personal signed document to make clear that you are safeand not treated with mRNA therapy. And be step ahead of the rest.

 

 

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