Sunday, April 14, 2024


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Red Cross Does Not Sort Blood Donors by COVID Vaccination Status

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Contrary to some claims, the American Red Cross reportedly does not sort blood donations according to whether an individual has been vaccinated for COVID-19. A representative of the organization explained, “blood is tested to ensure its safety based on FDA requirements and then provided to medical facilities for their use. Every unit of blood is tested to identify the donor’s blood group (O, A, B or AB) and Rh type, and screened for atypical or unusual red cell antibodies.”1

In message posted on X (formerly Twitter) on Sept. 13, 2022, the American Red Cross stated:

We don’t label blood products as containing vaccinated or unvaccinated blood as the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream & poses no safety risks to the recipient. If you have safety concerns about potential blood transfusions, please speak with your medical care team.2

“I don’t know of any blood center that is separating blood based on vaccine status. It has been determined based on all of our regulatory agencies, the FDA, the ABB, that it’s not recommended or required to separate blood based on vaccine status,” said Frances Compton, MD, director of the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) in Springfield, Missouri.1

The revelation that the American Red Cross is “indiscriminately mixing” vaccinated blood with unvaccinated blood has been a source of concern to people, who do not want transfusions of blood from those who received one or more of the experimental mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid) COVID-19 shots—either Pfizer/BioNTech’s Comirnaty or Moderna/NIAID’s Spikevax.

In an article for Natural News, Ethan Huff explained that why some people do not want to receive blood donations from individuals who have had the mRNA COVID shots:

The reason this is highly problematic is because vaccinated blood is tainted blood, meaning the recipient will receive all the spike proteins and other toxins produced by the shots in the person who received them.3

In a recording video recording from Feb. 20, 2024 by an undercover journalist interviewing an official of the American Red Cross official, the official confirmed that the organization does not separate blood donations based on COVID vaccination status. The official said that the only way someone can get “blood that’s not vaccinated is if they donate for themselves or if they have a family member that’s willing to donate for them.”4 5

A specific concern, however, would be if someone were to be in a car accident and needed a transfusion but was not able to arrange to get unvaccinated blood, there is a possibility that the person would unwittingly receive vaccinated blood. This scenario too was confirmed by the American Red Cross official in the recording:

Situations where you may be in a car accident or something, you need blood right away… there is a possibility that you’ll be getting vaccinated blood.4 

Legislation Requiring Disclosure of COVID Vaccination Status Introduced in Several States

The American Red Cross’s failure to distinguish between vaccinated and unvaccinated blood in their blood supply has led legislators in several states in the United States to introduce legislation to require blood donors to disclose if they received COVID shots and for the packaging of blood from individuals given COVID shots to be clearly labeled. Among these states are Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Rhode Island and Wyoming.6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

One of the more recent bills is House Bill 115 – Donated blood-mRNA disclosure, sponsored by nurse practitioner Rep. Sarah Penn of the Wyoming State Legislature, who said:

Many have strived to keep their bodies free of this technology. They have had family members and friends suffer complications from mRNA therapies. The adverse effects are being increasingly documented in the literature. We cannot confidently say that there isn’t risk,” she wrote. “The burden of proof is on those claiming its safety and we … do not have the proof.6

None of these bills have been passed and made into law, but it does appear that there could be a growing demand in the U.S. for unvaccinated blood. A 2022 paper published in the British Journal of Haematology found that in the U.S. health care providers have “begun to encounter patients refusing blood based solely on the COVID‐19 vaccination status or COVID‐19 infection history of the blood donor.” The authors of the paper continued…

These patients have adamantly demanded that physicians disclose details of the donor from whom they may potentially receive blood, including whether the donor received a COVID‐19 vaccine. These same patients, some of whom are likely to imminently require blood, have refused to consent to transfusion unless they can be assured that the blood donor did not receive a COVID‐19 vaccine, regardless of the risk of morbidity and mortality.14

“We are definitely aware of patients who have refused blood products from vaccinated donors,” said Julie Katz Karp, MD, director of the blood bank and transfusion medicine program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia.15

Demand Growing for Blood from People Unvaccinated for COVID

In response to the demand for blood from unvaccinated people, non-profit organizations such as SafeBlood Donation have been established to match unvaccinated blood recipients with donors in countries around the world. The founder of SafeBlood Donation, Swiss naturopath George Della Pietra, believes that the mRNA COVID shots “contaminate” the blood and cause the “eventual destruction of the immune system.”16

According the media director for SafeBlood Donation, Clinton Ohlers:

There are a large number of scientists and doctors who not only have great concerns about the COVID vaccines, but are convinced that they also enter the body via the blood through the back door, so to speak, and remain there.17

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration was recently contacted by the Association for the Advancement of Blood & Biotherapies to ascertain “requirements and limitations related to labeling of blood and blood components based on donor COVID-19 vaccination status.” The FDA responded that the “justification for such requests and services may be based on misinformation and is not supported by any medical or scientific evidence.”

The FDA added that there is no “validated method or test to determine whether a donor received an mRNA vaccine.” The validity of this statement is unclear. There have been published studies that have shown otherwise.18 19 20 21

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Click here to view References:
1 Adler P. Fact Finders: Do blood banks sort blood based on COVID-19 vaccination status? KY3 Feb. 9, 2022.
2 American Red Cross. @RedCross. X Sept. 13, 2022.
3 Huff E. TRANSFUSION CONFUSION: American Red Cross caught mixing vaxxed blood with unvaxxed blood. Natural News Sept. 26, 2022.
4 Crowder S. @scrowder. X Feb. 20, 2024.
5 Nazarian A. Watch: Red Cross Official Admits They Don’t Separate Blood Donations Based on COVID-19 Vaccine Status. The Western Journal February 2024.
6 Beck M. Vaccine concerns prompt blood-labeling bill, but experts say there’s no scientific basis. The Western Journal Feb. 14, 2024.
7 Illinois General Assembly. Bill Status of HB4243. 103rd General Assembly.
8 Kentucky General Assembly. House Bill 163. 2024 Regular Session.
9 Missouri Senate. SB 1429. 2024.
10 Montana Legislature. HOUSE BILL NO. 645. 2023.
11 Rhode Island State Legislature. RI H7881. 2024.
12 State of Connecticut General Assembly. Proposed Bill No. 531, AN ACT CONCERNING BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS FROM UNVACCINATED BLOOD DONORS. January Session, 2023.
13 State of Wyoming. HB0115 – Donated blood-mRNA disclosure. 67th Legislature.
14 Jacobs JW et al. Refusing blood transfusions from COVID‐19‐vaccinated donors: are we repeating history? Br J Haematol February 2022; 196(3): 585–588.
15 Aleccia J. ‘Tainted’ Blood: Covid Skeptics Request Blood Transfusions From Unvaccinated Donors. KFF Health News Aug. 17, 2021.
16 Stein A. Nonprofit Blood Donation Service Starts Matching Unvaccinated Patients With DonorsThe Epoch Times Dec. 7, 2022.
17 AFP. Vaccine misinformation spawns ‘pure blood’ movement. France 24 Jan. 25, 2023.
18 Association for the Advancement of  Blood & Biotherapies. Regulatory Update: FDA Clarifies Blood Labeling Requirements Related to COVID-19 Vaccination of Donors. Feb. 28, 2024.
19 Brogna C. Detection of recombinant Spike protein in the blood of individuals vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2: Possible molecular mechanisms. Wiley Online Library Aug. 31, 2023.
20 Fertig TE. Vaccine mRNA Can Be Detected in Blood at 15 Days Post-Vaccination. Biomedicines July 2022; 10(7): 1538.
21 Samaniego Castruita SARS-CoV-2 spike mRNA vaccine sequences circulate in blood up to 28 days after COVID-19 vaccination. Wiley Online Library Jan. 17, 2023.

27 Responses

  1. As a medical doctor, I never want any of my family members or my patients to recieve blood from a vaccinated individual.
    Not everyone agrees on “misinformation”!
    Charles C. Adams. MD

    1. Here’s another MD who concurs wholeheartedly!!
      I would love to see local or regional blood banks that collect ONLY from unvaccinated people!

      1. What I commented to the doctor just prior to your comment here goes for you as well….THANK YOU SO MUCH.

        I would be honored to have either of you as part of my health care team ~ people who use their God-given sense along with their training!

        Thank you for realizing truth

    2. No one really needs to get a blood transfusion. With bloodless surgery perfected over the past 40+ years, it’s not necessary. This whole thing with the Red Cross and donating blood is nothing but money making scam.

    3. Thank you for remembering what a vaccine was defined as prior to government meddling!

      Thank you for honoring your oath!

      Thank you for using your God-given brain!

      Thank you.

  2. “…… the COVID-19 vaccine does not enter the bloodstream …….
    Now we know that the Red Cross and their partners in the medical world, by issuing that statement, think that we the people have an average IQ of…..5.

  3. How absolutely idiotic and evil, that the Red Cross would literally say the Covid jab does not go into the blood. Bible prophecy coming true.

  4. Lies and just more Damn LIES from these pseudo-scientific Remorseless Psychopaths with our Govt. Alphabet Soup Regulatory Agency’s/Intelligence Agency’s/BigPharma-Agra-BioChem-Telecom Corporations & Non-Profits/NGO’s.
    It’s as if THEY are living in an alternate universe & their Jedi Mind Tricks of repeating lies, telling us ALL what to Believe, is supposed to work.
    How long do THEY think we’ll take this as our loved ones are injured & killed around us?
    When will the Honorable Members of the Supreme Court, the last remaining Honorable Officers within the DOD or the rare few Honorable Attorney Generals take up the torch to end all this Corruption, Pseudo-Science, Revolving Door Policy’s, the Suppression of Free-Energy Technology’s, the Suppressions of Natural Cure-All’s and the Suppression of the etiology’s for supposed Incurable Diseases…..when.
    These Psychopaths are robbing Humanity or our Birth-Right of Knowledge as an advancing species and THEY are purposely poisoning ALL of Humanity and the LIFE on this planet.
    These are Crimes Against Humanity make no mistake, in this sorted up is down, down is up world. All by design.
    Peace All & keep Critically THinking

  5. Great article. I wrote about this danger in Surgical Neurology International recently (article free [SNI 2023;14(385). One can store their own blood for years. The real danger is an emergency transfusion, such as with a gun shot wound or traffic accident. The blood will be given even before the family is notified of the injury and the physician can get a court order in opposition to the family’s wishes if necessary. The danger is very real. Most physicians are totally ignorant of this real danger.

    1. Thank you for your comments. It is hard to say anything nowadays. The government will say you give misinformation.

    2. Mr. Blaylock, It’s great to see you comment on this. I’ve seen some of your interviews and I have read your book Health and Nutrition Secrets. I’m highly impressed with your knowledge. Thank you.

    3. Dear Dr Blaylock,

      My brain humbly thanks your brain for all of the wisdom that you have, and continue to share with us all! 🤗
      In all seriousness, though, I so enjoy your talks!
      Great to see another doctor here, especially whose work I admire


  6. I refuse to receive blood transfusion from donors who received mRNA Covid shots, period. I DON’T want any contaminated blood to enter in my system. I don’t need to know their names, but I must know whether or not they received Covid injections. It’s a very simple request. American Red Cross is no longer reputable and trustworthy. Why are they so reluctant to sort out blood donors by Covid vaccination status?? They can check their blood types but not willing to label vaccinated and unvaccinated. That’s ludicrous. I’d say goodbye to American Red Cross. That’s a violation of informed consent.

    1. The best thing is to never received a blood transfusion for any reason. It’s totally unnecessary and is a money making racket.

      1. What about those who are in critical cares??? 🤔Blood transfusions can save life, so I’m not sure I agree with your comment.

  7. I think it would be hard to get untainted units since aprox 80%got the shots at least once.
    Since there are times that donations are low and blood availability is rationed this would make getting untainted blood even harder to get.
    I have seen this problem in blood availability in past years as I worked in a BB.
    They only have to ask donor status at donation to find out if the person received a Covid shot at least once.
    It’s not a hard task to put this in a database and make it a part of the units properties they don’t have to do any real testing . Blood units don’t go out with any personal identification info ,so the donors aren’t personally identified anyway.
    I highly doubt they will make the effort to identify the units for vaccine status unless maybe they could charge more them$$$.
    This untainted blood could probably only be used for planned surgery and scheduled transfusions for anemic patients. Trauma events would still get whatever blood is available to just basically save a persons life.
    Maybe someone wants to open a blood bank for this type of blood , it might be an interesting venture.

  8. This is a repeat of Desert Storm veterans donating blood after they returned to the US (1990-91). After discharge from Army Reserve in 1992, my civilian physician strongly discouraged me from preserving my own blood for my own personal use. My blood test results looked like I suffered massive infections, fungus, viruses / microbes (because I did), and potential cancer . Why would I want to reintroduce bio-weapons that I inhaled / ingested through cleaning contaminated military equipment? Especially filthy protective masks, which are frequently mis-identified as “gas masks”? If CV shots bypass the blood-brain barrier, why can’t they enter the blood stream? The Riegle Report 1994 lists all Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) the UN inspections teams found in Iraq from 1991 thru 1994.

  9. What options are available for storing your own blood? Also, is there a document that can be signed and carried, that states your opposition to receiving vaccinated blood? For those of us who’ve thoughtfully and deliberately avoided the shot, another alternative must be made available right away. I won’t give blood again until I can give it to a blood bank that commits to keeping vac vs. non-vac blood separated.

    1. As mentioned in article you can register with safe blood. They provide you with a card “living will” to carry which among other things, states “No use of banked blood in which the donor is not disclosed to the patient without the consent of my Agent (fill in) Only blood received by directed donation or marked as having been donated by a “SafeBlood” donor is acceptable, without the express consent of my Agent. Go to safe

    2. You can make up your own document for not receiving blood transfusions. Jehovah’s Witnesses have had a specific document in this regard, that they have carried in their wallets for 50 years.

  10. RIP Barton P. Murray, 11/12/66-7/7/2023 When my beloved husband Bart was exposed to a neighbor’s reaction from getting the jab, he actually lost most his blood by the next evening through a gastric bleed. The hospital would not confirm that the blood donor was not vaccinated with the CV Vax, and that was our most worrisome concern, but we were forced in a corner. Bart and I were both distraught about it, not having an option, as we are both very opposed to the bioweapon that so most people were happy to accept.

  11. The only way that the American people will trust these agencies ( cdc,fda nih red cross) is if they are tore down an rebuilt and the leaders are charged ,convicted and sent to prison..They are acting like nothing has happened..Can any of these people face a mother and father who have just lost a son or daughter and deny the truth..These are very sad days in this country

  12. Sadly all of the blood supply is contaminated with vaccines. There has never been any disclosures on blood that contains vaccines when receiving a blood transfusion. It’s not just the new mRNA technology and their unknown long term effects we should worry about.
    The life is in the blood and life is sacred.

  13. Cancer patients sometimes need a transfusion. That would be an exception to some of the earlier comments. And yes, if the patient has not made arrangements for covid vaccine free blood, they have no good choices. Blessed by the Blood is a non profit organization that is working to develop a bank of non RNa vaccinated donors that can be called on with some notice to provide blood.

  14. Shame on the Red Cross for spreading misinformation! An injection into the body does reach the bloodstream. We know that chemicals applied to the skin reach the bloodstream.
    Sadly, the Red Cross has never separated vaccinated blood from unvaccinated blood. This is not asked when donating blood or disclosed when receiving a blood transfusion.

    The life is in the blood and life is sacred.

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