At the start of September, the North Estonia Medical Center's blood donation clinic moved from Kesklinn to Ülemiste Health Center (Ülemiste Tervisemajja).
The clinic officially opened on Tuesday, "Aktuaalne kaamera" reported. It accepts donors on working days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"On the first day, 75 people visited us. That's quite a large number. True, in the following days attended was a little smaller, but still good enough," said the head of PERH's Blood Donation Center Ave Lellep.
Mayor of Tallinn Mihhail Kõlvart (Center) gave a blood donation at the official opening.
As did Minister of Social Affairs Tanel Kiik (Center).
Kiik wrote on Facebook: "Lives are saved every day in treatment, prevention and by good people who have donated blood. A lot of people need blood donors and their blood. Every blood donation helps save someone's life, and I recognize all those people who have made blood donation a part of their lifestyle."
Find out more about Ülemiste Health Center here.
Editor: Helen Wright