The CPS announced the beginning of testing COVID-19 at home

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the Center for molecular diagnostics of Rospotrebnadzor (CMD) begins to conduct contactless testing CОVID-19 at home.

Specialist of the Department will meet the customer, to talk about how to take the swab, and collect the material for study. While the service will be available for a fee for residents of Moscow and Moscow region. In the future, the opportunity will extend to all Russian regions.

As reported on the Agency’s website, this will allow to identify the disease at an early stage. To be tested for and without prescription. Used to be a highly sensitive test system developed by scientists of the Central research Institute of Epidemiology.

the Metropolitan government previously entered into an agreement with private laboratory “Hemotest” for testing for the coronavirus. Explores options for cooperation with other private laboratories. Now in Moscow is carried out over 10 thousand studies on COVID-19 per day.

Russia has made 36 thousand analyses per day. In the country organized by 95 laboratories.

on March 18, the world health organization (who) announced the beginning of testing the vaccine against the coronavirus. The Director General of the who tedros adhanom Ghebreyesus considers the enormous achievement that the first testing of the vaccine began 60 days after the establishment of the genetic nature of the virus.

on 11 March, the who called the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, the world was more than 1.13 million cases of infection, almost 63 thousand people died.

Russia has experienced 5 389 cases of coronavirus in 79 regions. For the entire period identified 45 deaths, recovered 355 people.

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