Czechs are low on the list of regular blood donors in Europe, according to research from the European statistical office. Around two-fifths of Europeans have donated blood, with the most donors in Austria followed distantly by France, where more than half have donated. The Czech Republic is in 22nd place, with only 30% of the population over the age of 15 having ever donated blood.
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