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Former firefighter makes 10th Covid-19 plasma donations

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Former firefighter makes 10th Covid-19 plasma donations

Former firefighter makes 10th Covid-19 plasma donations

A former firefighter from Birmingham has become the first person in Englandmake 10 donations of convalescent plasma for the fight against Covid-19.


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