India Company will export new crown detection kit to Latin America, Eastern Europe and other markets

The Indian government earlier this week allowed restrictions on the shipment of Indian RT-PCR reagents used to diagnose the new coronavirus. The manufacturer of the reagent will export its products to markets in Latin America, East Asia and Eastern Europe, the economic times of India reported on August 10. The General Administration of foreign trade has fixed export quotas for virus transport medium and RT-PCR kits. It is reported that India has a production capacity of 1 billion sets of RT-PCR kits. The country tests 600000 samples a day on average. The decision to allow limited exports of these kits came after manufacturers complained that their inventory had been cleared by the state government, resulting in excess inventory. 5g is coming, operators finally think of the big problem of “calling”

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