“We are definitely aware of patients who have refused blood products from vaccinated donors,” said a doctor at the blood bank and transfusion medicine program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia.
A number of issues however, arise, for instance::
1) the first one is whether the lower quality of Mrna-vaxxed blood, due to a variety of factors including the observed immuno-deficiency of T cells, make the same blood unsuitable for transfusions on unvaxxed individuals.
2) the second, whether and how the same Mrna-serum of the donor can act on the guest after transfusion;
3) the third is whether the observed immuno-deficiency can propagate on the “guest” blood.