Sunday, 31 May 2020

[Video] Dozens Marched in San Jose To Motivate Ticos to Donate Organs

With ballons greednd t-shirts and wrapped in blankets dozens of people marched in downtown San José Saturday, to encourate the donation of organs.

Some of those taking part in the march were recepients of donated organs and others who are waiting, living with the uncertainty of finding a donor.

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