Chances of Getting COVID From a Blood Transfusion Almost Nonexistent

Scientists say the chances of a blood transfusion giving you COVID are almost nonexistent. The likelihood of a transfusion recipient receiving blood with trace amounts of SARS-CoV-2 was approximately 0.001% — a little over 1 in 100,000, according to researchers. The study involved testing for SARS-CoV-2 in nearly 18,000 pools of donated blood — over 257,800 single blood donations. Study results show only three of the samples tested positive, all had very low concentrations of the...

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