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Published:Wednesday | May 27, 2020 | 12:00 AM
For the good doc, this was a no- brainer. “Blood is always in short supply and it has got worse since the pandemic. The blood bank was almost at zero,” he shared.
Coombs was extremely grateful to @Seanchriscastle who is happy to be part of the initiative.
Dr Che Bowen (right) understands the need, and so he was one of the first to answer his colleague’s call.
Having support always makes things a little easier. It was a breeze for Jordan Wilson with Daynielle Levy by his side.
Dr Phillip Coombs is sandwiched by Krystal Tomlinson (left) and Imani Duncan Price, who came to support the well-needed blood drive.
It’s a celebration! These two donors stop for a photo op after playing their part in helping fellow Jamaicans.
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If there was anything good that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the showcase of service and social responsibility. Persons have been reaching out in their own way to help those in need. In the spirit of giving, Dr Phillip Coombs, also known as Doc Ravers, put on a blood drive that has seen 120 persons donating blood so far. Coombs said that this is very necessary because “Jamaica needs it”. Here are the highlights.