The Southeastern Region of the Red Cross says it has been at critically low supply levels since last week. Instead of the five to seven days’ supply Red Cross officials would like to have, levels have fallen below the one-day supply level, said spokesman Troy Russell.
“During the summer, we lose upwards of 20 percent of our regular donors,” Russell said. “A lot of people go out of town, and there is lack of awareness, or interest, on the part of eligible donors.”
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