COVID-19 Resources

Upcoming COVID-19 Webinars

The COVID-19 webinars are freely available for everyone. Please click on the links to register. If you can't make it, the webinar recordings are available with open access on ISBT Education:


SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Testing: Applications, Limitations and Implications for Blood BanksMike Busch (US), Christian Erikstrup (Denmark) and Hans Zaaijer (The Netherlands)June11, 2020

Recordings of COVID-19 webinars

Can we secure the blood supply in COVID-19? The Hong Kong experience

This webinar was held by Cheuk-Kwong Lee, Chief Executive and Medical Director of the Hong Kong Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service. The aim of the webinar was to share the Hong Kong experience in securing the blood supply during the epidemy in February 2020. The Hong Kong Blood Service had to restore and gain public confidence to give blood during this difficult period.

Click here to watch the recording of the webinar on ISBT Education

Click on the link to download CK Lee's ppt presentation

Blood supply during the outbreak of coronavirus: Experience from Guangzhou Blood Center

Yongshui Fu from the Guangzhou Blood Center presents how the blood center dealt with the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Click here to watch the recording of the webinar on ISBT Education.

Update on the COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak: Blood Collection and Safety Implications

Hua Shan, Louis M Katz and the TTID WP Chair Mike Busch held a webinar on the the most recent Coronavirus Outbreak. The speakers discussed the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak and potential recommendations for blood safety interventions and needed research on levels of RNA/infectious virus in blood and consequent TT risk and PRT efficacy. 

Click here to watch the recording of the webinar on ISBT Education

Click on the link to download the ppt presentation

Useful links

COVID-19 Publications

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Guidance and regulatory documents per WHO region


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Eszter Herczenik

Eszter Herczenik

Scientific officer, ISBT