The country has joined together in a show of solidarity in the wake of the terrible earthquake that devastated many parts of Morocco before midnight on Friday. Donors flocked to blood donation sites all around the nation.
Najia Amrani, the head of Morocco's National Center for Blood Donation and Investigation, reported that massive campaigns run by local blood donation facilities and civil society organizations resulted in the collection of an astounding 6,000 bags of blood in a single day.
Regional blood injection facilities in several Moroccan cities have experienced a massive influx of visitors since early Saturday morning, with both Moroccans and foreigners anxious to assist those affected by this sad earthquake. Amrani informed Morocco World News that the national blood reserve gathered the previous day would be adequate for the following seven days. She also emphasized that enough blood is now available at the local Marrakech-Safi blood injection clinic to help the injured.
Amrani noted that numerous donors continue to come to regional blood injection sites all around Morocco, motivated by a common desire to save the lives of earthquake victims. She reassured the populace that the blood supply at the national level continues to be more than adequate due to the continuous dedication of donors and the effective operation of the infrastructure for blood donation.
She asked Moroccans to continue helping with the relief operations and maintain this momentum.
A second American living in Morocco, Sally Kenney, went to give blood to the victims.
Kenney responded, "I feel like Morocco is my home. I've been an expat teacher in Morocco for six years. That's why I'm giving. I must help in any manner I can.
International football player Koffi Adeta of Marrakech's KAC club said, "It is an honor to donate blood and support our brothers and sisters during this trying time."
Following this tragedy, several organizations and associations have made requests for blood donations and pleas for acts of humanitarianism.
The Royal Armed Forces continue to mobilize all available resources to give help, assistance, and damage assessment along with local authorities, security agencies, and civil protection units in impacted prefectures and areas.
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