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After COVID-19 led to a sharp drop in blood donations and blood drives, officials with the Food and Drug Administration decided to proceed with changes they had been studying on restrictions to who can donate in order to help keep the blood supply stable. (Photo by Cronkite News)

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The Food and Drug Administration in April eased a number of restrictions on blood donations in order to help blood banks across the nation keep up with the demand for blood. It came as infection concerns and stay-home orders were leading to widespread cancellations of blood drives and donation appointments.

By Gabriella Khalaj Cronkite News May 6, 2020
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