Japan Forbids Blood Donations by Covid-19 Injection Recipients

Solari Report

From Japan Red Cross website at 3/31/21 and 4/13/21:

Those who have received vaccinations within a certain period of time.

Those who have received inactivated vaccines for influenza, Japanese encephalitis, cholera, hepatitis A, pneumococcus, pertussis, tetanus, etc. and toxoids are not allowed to donate blood for 24 hours after vaccination.

Those who have received hepatitis B vaccine are not allowed to donate blood for 2 weeks after vaccination, those who have received anti-HBs human immunoglobulin alone or in combination are not allowed to donate blood for 6 months after administration, and those who have received rabies vaccine (after being bitten by an animal) are not allowed to donate blood for 1 year after vaccination.

Those who have been vaccinated against mumps, rubella, BCG, and other weakly poisonous live vaccines are not allowed to donate blood for 4 weeks after vaccination, those who have been vaccinated against smallpox are not allowed to donate blood for 2 months after vaccination, and those who have been vaccinated against tetanus, snake venom, gas vesicles, and botulism are not allowed to donate blood for 3 months after administration.

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6 thoughts on “Japan Forbids Blood Donations by Covid-19 Injection Recipients

  1. Yes, I was wondering about the effects on blood donations and also organ transplants – will those vaccinated still be compatible with unvaccinated and also between different vaccines?

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  2. Pingback: Japan Forbids Blood Donations by Covid-1984 Vaxx DNA Hack Injection Recipients — The Most Revolutionary Act | Vermont Folk Troth

  3. The entire, diabolical enterprise is coming apart at the seams! If it wasn’t for the totally complicit mass media selling us the Brooklyn Bridge, they could have never pulled this off.

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