Do Not Fear COVID-19, Bengaluru Cop On Plasma Donation Post Recovery

Coronavirus: Bengaluru cop and frontline Corona Warrior MH Satish donated plasma after beating COVID-19.

Bengaluru:

Having contracted and recovered from COVID-19, this Bengaluru Covid warrior is again to his job on the frontline because the ACP (site visitors) however not with out first doing what he feels is his social accountability – donating plasma.

“Don’t concern COVID-19… As soon as you might be recovered from the coronavirus, you will have a social accountability to donate plasma. It’s safer than blood donation,” ACP MH Satish advised NDTV whereas dispelling myths in regards to the life-saving course of and urging the hundreds of people that have recovered to be brave and save lives of critically ailing Covid sufferers.

Karnataka has seen an enormous spike in COVID-19 instances, which have reached 1.eight lakh with virtually 80,000 instances lively. Its capital Bengaluru has recorded over 75,000 instances up to now, however only a few recovered sufferers have come ahead to donate their plasma – presently thought-about to be one of the vital efficient methods to assist restoration of critically ailing sufferers.

“After I was in house quarantine, some 5,000-6,000 Covid sufferers in Bengaluru had recovered from COVID-19, however solely 6 to 7 had come ahead to donate plasma. Medical Schooling Minister Dr Okay Sudhakar had given a name for plasma donation. There are additionally quite a few articles saying that within the absence of a vaccine, Convalescent Plasma Remedy, or CPT, is probably the most dependable remedy. So, I assumed why should not I donate. I can save the lives of two critically ailing sufferers.” he mentioned.

So, Mr Satish determined to be the change he wished to see and encourage fellow Covid Warriors to do the identical.

Stating that reluctance in direction of plasma donation assorted from ostracisation to family’ resistance and feeling that it will not be good for well being after recovering from an sickness, he mentioned these hindrances are outcomes of misinformation.

“There may be stigma connected to COVID-19 and a affected person is ostracised. Many are reluctant as a result of they concern getting recognized. This demonisation of COVID-19 has to go,” the officer mentioned, including that he’s wholesome as ever after donating 600ml of his plasma and again to taking part in tennis for the state police tennis workforce.

Requested if he could be able to donate plasma once more, the officer mentioned, “Positively.”

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