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Many protective safety measures are in place to help ensure our plasma collection centers are safe during the COVID-19 crisis. A thorough screening is also conducted to ensure you can donate. Find out more

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Donations Needed from COVID-19 Survivors

You Survived COVID-19 and Could Help Others Do the Same

Your plasma could help us develop a treatment for COVID-19

CoVIG-19 AllianceThe world’s leading plasma companies have formed the CoVIg-19 Plasma Alliance, aimed at treating the new coronavirus. CSL Behring, CSL Plasma's parent company, is a founding member of the Alliance. The first step is collecting plasma from healthy individuals at collection centers across the U.S. who have recovered from COVID-19. Known as convalescent plasma, the plasma of recovered COVID-19 patients contains critical antibodies that may be used to make an experimental treatment. This is where you can help!

If your doctor has confirmed that you have fully recovered from COVID-19 and are no longer contagious, we invite you to learn more about the process of donating your plasma towards this important effort. CSL Plasma is working with Leapcure to recruit potential plasma donors.

The new coronavirus is still spreading, and COVID-19 cases continue to increase worldwide. We need survivors like you to help us develop potential treatments for those still at risk.

Thank you for joining us in the fight against COVID-19. To learn more about the CoVIg-19 Plasma Alliance, click here. Finding a treatment starts with you!

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Our Collection Centers During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Our centers are open and your safety and protection are a top priority for CSL Plasma. We have instituted temperature readings, are practicing social and physical distancing, and have enhanced disinfecting procedures to ensure the safety of our donors and staff.

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What Should I Expect?

How long does it take? What should I bring? is it safe? How is plasma collected?

Here are Your Answers