Hey, HOW is the Red Cross determining who’s been injected, and who hasn’t?

From Bretigne Shaffer:

If the Red Cross is indeed distinguishing between vaxxed and unvaxxed blood donations for use in CCP (something they have repeatedly denied regarding donations generally), and if they are doing so because there is some issue beyond a difference in efficacy between the two, then this raises an important question: HOW are they distinguishing between vaxxed and unvaxxed donors? Is there some marker they look for in the blood? Or are they just taking the donors’ word for their status? 

Also, I would assume by “unvaccinated”, they mean completely unvaccinated, and not the official wiggle-word definition. But whatever definition they use, how do they confirm the status?


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