PMI assures blood stocks will return to normal after holidays
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The Jakarta chapter of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) has ensured the public that blood stock will return to normal by Jan. 6, following low supply during the year-end public holidays. Ismet Sanusi, head of the blood transfusion service, said PMI usually ran out of blood stocks during holidays because the number of donors diminished. "We often face this situation during the ye...
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