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Phuket mobile blood clinic reaches out for donations

Phuket mobile blood clinic reaches out for donations

PHUKET: The Phuket Regional Blood Centre (PRBC) has appealed to Thais and foreigners to donate blood at various locations across Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi throughout September.

Wednesday 26 August 2020, 05:44PM


The Phuket Regional Blood Centre is calling for more donations. Image: PRBC

The Phuket Regional Blood Centre is calling for more donations. Image: PRBC

The Phuket chapter of the Red Cross confirmed to The Phuket News this afternoon that before donations will be accepted, all donors will be questioned for details about where they live, what they do for living, and whether they have just arrived from abroad.

If they are found to be at any risk of having contracted COVID-19 risk, or have a fever, they will not be allowed to make a donation.

People can make donations in Phuket as usual, as follows:

The Blood Bank on the 4th floor of Vachira Phuket Hospital
Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 8pm
Weekends and holidays – 8:30am to 3pm
Telephone: 076-361234

Thai Red Cross Phuket Regional Blood Centre, Phuket Town
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 8:30am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, Thursday – 8:30am to 8pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays – 9am to 3pm
Telephone: 076-251178 or 081-9588854

The dates, times and locations of where people can donate blood in Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi throughout September has been issued as follows:

Sept 1-2
9am to 3pm – In front of the Student Affairs Building, Phuket Rajabhat University 

Sept 3
9am to 2pm – Krungsri bank on Rassada Rd, Phuket Town
Midday to 6pm – In front of the Giordano store at Tesco Lotus on the bypass road.

Sept 8
9:30am to 1pm – Nuea Khlong District Office, Krabi. 

Sept 9
Midday to 3pm – Jungceylon shopping mall (Patong)
Midday to 6pm – In front of the Giordano store at Tesco Lotus on the bypass road

Sept 10
9am to midday – Ramada Khao Lak Resort in Takua Pa
1:30pm to 4pm – Centara Seaview Resort Khao Lak

Sept 11
9am to 3pm – Office of the Paradise Group Co Ltd

Sept 14
9am to 3pm – Phuket Vocational College
Midday to 6pm – In front of the Giordano store at Tesco Lotus on the bypass road

Art-Tec Design

Sept 15
9:30am to 1pm – Ao Luk District Office, Krabi

Sept 16
Midday to 4pm – Homepro Village in Chalong
1pm to 4pm – Bangkok Siriroj Hospital

Sept 18
9:30am to 1pm – Krabi International Hospital
9:30am to 1pm – Makro Krabi store 

Sept 21
9am to 3pm – In front of the Student Affairs Building, Phuket Rajabhat University

Sept 22
1pm to 4pm – Pullman Phuket Panwa Beach Resort

Sept 23
9:30am to 1pm – Lam Thap District Office, Krabi

Sept 24
10am to 3pm – Administration building, PSU Phuket campus

Sept 25
9am to midday – Phang Nga Technical College
1pm to 4pm – Dibuk Phang Nga Wittayayon School

Sept 28
10am to 3pm – Cherng Talay Tambon Administration Office (OrBorTor)
Midday to 6pm – In front of the Giordano store at Tesco Lotus on the bypass road

Sept 29
9am to midday – Khok Kloi Agricultural Group office

Sept 30
9am to midday – Khuraburi District Administration Office, Phang Nga


See also ’Passing all the rules for donating blood in Phuket’.

 

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GM at Kamala Beach Estate | 27 August 2020 - 08:45:45

It would be good to include who can donate blood as there are several restrictions.

[Thank you. We have now added a link to our Q&A 'Passing all the rules for donating blood in Phuket' at the end of the story -- Ed]]

 

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