Tested positive for Coronavirus?

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) you may be immune. You could help by donating plasma, participating in clinical research or assisting health workers.


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It's hard for organizations to find volunteers who have tested positive for COVID-19 and mobilize them quickly. We help by registering volunteers and matching them with opportunities.


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Why volunteer?

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Identify the Immune Product Manager Marily Nika


"If this really goes on for months at a time, for 18 months as some people have projected, having health care workers who are immune to the virus will be really, really helpful."
- Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University in New York (source)

Recommended Reading

Articles regarding research or programs related to COVID-19 immunity.

Article Source Experts
Can You Become Immune to the Coronavirus? New York Times Florian Krammer,
Marian Koopmans,
Angela Rasmussen
FDA Guidance on Convalescent Plasma FDA
FDA says it is expediting the use of a blood plasma treatment ... CNN Arturo Casavedall
National COVID-19 Concalescent Plasma Project Michigan State University Arturo Casavedall
Fauci 'willing to bet anything' that people who recover 'really protected from reinfection' Business Insider Anthony Fauci
CDC Guidance for Asymptomatic/Recovered COVID-19 Patients CDC
List of Available Antibody Tests Crowdsourced Eric Topol

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