Other plasma donation venues include the regional blood transfusion centers in Cairo’s Dar El-Salam and Abbasiya districts, Alexandria, Gharbiya and Minya, the spokesman added.
Donation is made at six centers located across five governorates, and consisting of a total of 99 plasma separation devices.
The Ministry of Health announced it has received 1,320 plasma so far since the a national plasma donation project was launched last month.
It also includes a set of general provisions about the donation process and the tests needed before donating or using blood plasma.
More than 300 plasma donors were registered so far since a national project to achieve self-sufficiency of plasma derivatives launched earlier this month.
Egypt has launched the national plasma donation project as part of a presidential initiative for the production and self-sufficiency of plasma derivatives.
Now, Egypt imports its needs of plasma derivatives to treat burn injuries, cancer, haemophilia, and diseases of the liver, kidneys, and immunity.
The Parliament is expected to discuss in its next plenary session a draft law submitted by the government to regulate blood operations and plasma collection.
The President ordered the government to complete all scientific and technical aspects of the project in accordance with the highest and international standards.
Private hospitals and laboratories are not authorized to separate plasma of those who recovered from COVID-19 to be injected into infected patients.