Daybreak Montreal | Nov 30, 2012 | 9:05

Quebec's blood agency says supply is safe

Half of Quebec's blood supply is being checked after problems were found with two blood bags used to collect and store donated blood. Dr. Marc Germain from Héma-Québec says things should return to normal later today.

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