A good samaritan donated plasma to a Kittery man fighting COVID-19, according to a Facebook post.

John Dorlean, of Kittery, was in need of a plasma donation from a fully recovered COVID-19 survivor and received a donation from a good samaritan around 1 a.m. Tuesday, according to a Facebook post by his wife, Wanda Dorlean.

Wanda had originally posted in the Kittery, Maine Facebook group asking for plasma donations and updated the post with the news that John had received his donation.

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Update: Dear friends, at 1am last night John received the convalescent plasma donated by a good Samaritan that saw our post and already had an appointment at the redcross schedule for yesterday. I am so grateful to you all! What we accomplished together shows how social media can be used for good. Thank you again to my friends, family, and my community at large. John is not out of the woods yet so your thoughts and prayers are more then welcomed.

The Facebook post was shared to Instagram by Kittery Market and one user chimed in to claim that the Dorlean family donated its time to the community this past summer.

"This is the same amazing family that donated their time to run the cotton candy stand at the market this summer to raise money for footprints food pantry and fuel and more. Please help anyway you can!"

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