Ukraine received kits for PCR testing of coronavirus from WHO

Source : 112 Ukraine

Center for Public Health of Ukraine was given kits for RNA isolation of 600 samples for further PCR testing
08:40, 19 April 2020


The World Health Organization donated PCR kits for coronavirus tests to Ukraine. Center for Public Health wrote about this on Facebook.

"In order to ensure high-quality and accurate testing for COVID-19, the World Health Organization transferred to the Public Health Center of Ukraine kits for RNA isolation from 600 samples for further testing by PCR," the report said.

Related: Coronavirus in Ukraine dashboard: online

WHO focuses on the importance of increasing the number of tests conducted in Ukraine to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

As we reported before, a million doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine being developed by British scientists are already being manufactured and will be available by September, even before trials prove whether the shot is effective

The Oxford University team’s experimental product, called “ChAdOx1 nCoV-19”, is a type known as a recombinant viral vector vaccine and is one of at least 70 potential COVID-19 candidate shots under development by biotech and research teams around the world.

Also, the government of the German federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern decided on the mandatory use of protective masks that cover the mouth and nose of a person in public transport.

Related: Wuhan revises figures of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths

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