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Twice as many coronavirus tests will begin to be done in Khabarovsk Territory

Twice as many coronavirus tests will begin to be done in Khabarovsk Territory
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In the Khabarovsk Territory, they intend to double the number of tests for coronavirus. In addition to existing laboratories, two more private organizations, Lanta and Unilab, will be involved in sample processing.

According to the regional Ministry of Health, the total number of tests can be brought up to two thousand per day. 188 tests are now being done at the Viveya Center in Khabarovsk, 188 at the AIDS Center and 72 more tests in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. In "Lanta" and "Unilaba" they will carry out 200 analyzes and about a thousand - in Rospotrebnadzor.

In the Khabarovsk Territory, tests are performed only by PCR, which allows more accurately detect traces of the virus in the body. More than a month ago, the region received permission to conduct repeated analyzes on its territory, which saved time.

The governor of the region Sergey Furgal instructed to consider the possibility of buying three expensive apparatus for sample preparation. They will further increase the number of tests per day. After a coronavirus pandemic, they will remain in health facilities and will be used to diagnose influenza and other infectious diseases.

In the near future, a new tomograph will be brought to the infectious diseases hospital No. 10 in Khabarovsk, in addition, the region is awaiting the arrival of 16 class “C” reanimals, in which it will be possible to transfuse blood, do heart massage and conduct other resuscitation measures. 

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