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Russians are 800% more likely to take PCR tests in private clinics

Russians are 800% more likely to take PCR tests in private clinics
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In Russia, residents have become several times more likely to take PCR tests for coronavirus in private clinics. The growth from September 1 to October 15, 2021 was 807% compared to the same period last year.

According to RBC, such data were obtained by analysts of the OFD Platform company. At the same time, the average check for passing the test increased by 27%. On average in the country, such an analysis costs 2 rubles.

But testing for antibodies has become much less interesting for Russians. Compared to the same period last year, the delivery of such tests in private clinics has decreased by 20%. The cost of an antibody test also fell - by 11% on average in the country. The cost of the research is about 1 rubles.

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