Hruska said donating blood is a safe process.
"We are adding social distancing. So the donor beds are at least six feet apart to make sure that we are keeping people safe that way. We're also adding some safety protocols. We're scrubbing down the beds between donors," she said.
She said phlebotomists are frequently changing gloves, and precautions are in place to protect the post-donation snacks from contamination.
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