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Descriere: epaselect epa08932388 Nurses draw blood from donors at the Red Cross Society National Blood Center in Bangkok, Thailand, 12 January 2021. \r\nAs Thailand marks one year since its first COVID-19 infection, on 12 January 2020, the country is now trying to prevent the spread of a second wave of infections, which has greatly impacted hospitals ability to treat other conditions such as ischemia, due to shortages of blood supplies. The Thai Red Cross Society (TRCS) has asked people to please donate blood as hospitals' supplies are dwindling. The National Blood center is unable to deliver enough blood to hospitals nationwide as the number of donors declined 50 percent after the mobile donation units were halted due to restrictions to avoid the spread of COVID-19, and many donors are now afraid to approach blood donation centers, as reported by the TRCS. EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL