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Tests for coronavirus stopped being done at will in Primorye

Tests for coronavirus stopped being done at will in Primorye
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Residents of Primorsky Krai will no longer have the opportunity to take a coronavirus test on their own. Now this will require medical indications. This was ordered by the authorities of the region, because the laboratories ceased to cope with the flow of comers.

According to the press service of the governor of the region, Primorye was one of the first regions where they began to do tests for coronavirus for free and without exception. However, the throughput capacity of the laboratory that conducts them does not exceed 300 people per day. Now many residents from abroad are returning to the region and, first of all, analyzes are needed for them.

In addition to this category, tests will be done by those who have contacted people at risk and those who have symptoms of the disease. Perhaps in the future, colleagues from state medical organizations will join the regional laboratory after they receive the reagents.
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