Singapore: Singapore’s health authorities are calling on people with A + and O + blood to donate blood due to low inventory.

“Our A + and O + blood stocks are running at low levels,” Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said in a Facebook post.

He added that Singapore will need 600 units of A + blood and 1,200 units of O + blood over the next two weeks.

“Otherwise, major selective surgery requiring these two blood units would have to be postponed,” he said.

According to the image posted by Mr. On, the stock of A + and O + blood is low, but there is a “moderate” stock of AB + blood. B + blood stock is at a healthy level.

If you are interested in donating blood, please visit giveblood.sg to check your eligibility and make a reservation. Residents can also visit blood banks and local blood drives to donate.

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