Assam Ramps Up COVID-19 Testing, Crosses 1 Lakh Tests: Himanta Biswa Sarma

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Diagnosis of people to diagnose coronavirus infections has also exceeded fish.

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In conjunction with 1 lakh tests, Assam said he was superior to Keira when it came to screening people for coronavirus infections.

Approximately 70,000 out of a total of 1 lakh experiments have been performed in seven regional laboratories in the last 20 days.

The Minister added that he is planning to conduct 10,000 tests a day and more than 2 tests per month.

In Asa, sample testing with 1,04,083 COVID-19 experiments has so far been carried out, with Kelala (77,257 trials), Punjab (84,497 trials) and Bihar (73,929 trials) performed.

“This is of great importance to this country who have been sending their specimens to the National Institute of Virology,” Mr. Sarma said. More than 70,000 of these tests were conducted in May.

Of the total tests, 4,033 specimens were outside the health department, while the rest were tested in government laboratories – Yerata (12,732 samples), Silica (22,000 samples), Diagrara (5,100 samples), bapta (22,000 samples), and turf (12,50 samples). ) And DeBibbar (12,905 samples).

“The RRC also tried samples from other Northeast countries that were not included in the list,” he said.

The government also plans to add 2-3 VV-19 labs in its current capacity.

To date, only eight states with more than 2,000 COVIDs have passed two licenses.

“Kerala has been known for its medical infrastructure for the last 60 years. We are still growing. To achieve this, the North-East government is a good start.

The institute said it plans to reduce it by mid-June by up to four days.

The minister added that the government will try to produce CVID-19 reports within 72 hours of the trial.

“We will attempt to pass the CVID exams within 72 hours after collecting the sample. Therefore, people will receive their diagnosis within three-four days if they are negative and sent to the hospital. We will save the public money, as we have laid down the obligation of all those who return to Assam, ”said Sarma.

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