The recently released report by Expat Money focuses on the health implications that vaccinated blood can present, as well as details on which countries have partnered with SafeBlood Donation to support unvaccinated blood donations.
More information is available at https://expatmoney.com/blog/how-to-find-blood-from-unvaccinated-donors-and-which-counties-are-leading-the-charge
With their new report, the website allows conscientious readers to learn which countries are working towards stocking unvaccinated blood supplies so they can make an informed decision on their potential future residency or citizenship choices.
While the widespread use of vaccines was an important step towards curtailing the spread of the coronavirus, the long-term health impact of the vaccines is yet to be fully established. Furthermore, as a recent study found, 94% of individuals who had taken an mRNA vaccine were reported to have abnormal blood for over a month following their vaccination. Expat Money’s report is the result of extensive research that explored these concerns, as well as what is being done to address them.
As the report explains, the various side effects of the vaccine are yet to be thoroughly researched, with early studies showing a possible increase in the risk of blood clots, myocarditis, neurological conditions, and blood viscosity levels after vaccinations. Due to these unknown factors, the report highlights the importance for hospitals and other medical facilities to have unvaccinated blood available for patients.
Following these findings, Expat Money’s report outlines the work done by SafeBlood Donation to provide countries with the tools and resources to collect unvaccinated blood from donors. This includes the setting up of blood banks in over 40 countries across South America, North America, Asia, Europe, and Africa.
Alongside the research, the website has details for readers wanting to secure a residency or citizenship in the countries that are actively working to provide unvaccinated blood in their hospitals. As an online resource for would-be expats, the site also has additional details on areas such as second residency and citizenship, wealth protection, and offshore investing.
A spokesperson for Expat Money said, “We are a movement intended to not only provide information, solutions, and ideas for would-be expats, but to bring people together who share the same values and ideas to network, socialize, and grow together.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://expatmoney.com/blog/how-to-find-blood-from-unvaccinated-donors-and-which-counties-are-leading-the-charge
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