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COVID Recoverees Can Give Blood After 7 Days. Gay Men Still Must Wait 3 Months

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ABC reported the Australian Red Cross Lifeblood is allowing people who have had COVID-19 to donate blood a week after recovering from it.Queer men expressed their annoyance and anger on as the Red Cross has not eased the restrictions on blood donations in Australia for men who have same-sex sexual relations.One person responded to the ABC article via with the tweet, “Maybe if the Red Cross weren’t discriminatory against Gay, Trans and Non-Binary people, there would be more people who could donate?”Maybe if the Red Cross weren't discrimatory against Gay, Trans and Non Binary people, there would be more people who could donate?— Lady_Caster (@Noir_Duck) January 18, 2022Another person tweeted, “I was born with a toxic blood condition and cannot donate.

My blood type is LGBTIQA-positive….”I was born with a toxic blood condition and cannot donate. My blood type is LGBTIQA-positive….

pic.twitter.com/9qs9aptpqK— Brin(quisitionem Quarti Undo) (@Brin209) January 19, 2022Just.Equal advocate Rodney Croome tweeted, “Did you know Australia urgently needs 3,200 new blood donors, there are many gay and bisexual men and trans women who can’t give blood now but are safe and willing to donate, and in ever more countries we can give blood?”Did you know Australia urgently needs 3,200 new blood donors, there are many gay and bisexual men and trans women who can’t give blood now but are safe and willing to donate, and in ever more countries we can give blood?

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