A federal directive to test for the Zika virus has made it challenging for Fort Bragg to collect blood - and officials are calling on donors to step up.
Fort Bragg's Blood Donor Center, which used to accept blood from bases in Virginia and South Carolina, is restricted to donations within North Carolina borders while it's under a directive to test for the Zika virus. The center is in urgent need of blood types O-negative and O-positive.
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