Collections Specialist Scott Hyde holds vials as Lt. Gov Adam Gregg donates blood at ImpactLife headquarters Monday, July 19, 2021, in Davenport. According to ImpactLife Public Relations Manager Kirby Winn, blood supply has improved somewhat since the worst days in late June but is still not at the level we would like. We are at about a 2-3 days supply with type O-negative and O-positive and need to be at 5-7 days to be fully stable. The biggest issue is still not having all of the groups back that have hosted mobile blood drives prior to the pandemic. And summer is always challenging even without the impact of the pandemic because we aren’t doing blood drives with schools at this time of year.