PM Modi to Inaugurate New Corona Screening Lab in Noida

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PM Narendra Modi will be inaugurating New Corona Sreening lab. The lab at the National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research (NICPR) located at Sector-39 will be very modern. 12 RTPCR machines will be installed here. At the same time, 4 RNA extraction machines will also be installed. At 4.30 pm on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate labs in Noida, Kolkata and Mumbai with video conferencing. The capacity of testing here has been fixed at 6000.

However, the situation is not clear on where the samples will come for examination. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has created all three labs. Samples of suspected patients will be screened in Kolkata in 3000 and 1200 in Mumbai.

All labs are equipped with Bio Safety Level Two, starting on Monday. Which is necessary for the COVID probe. It will be the largest corona testing lab in Uttar Pradesh. At present, the National Institute of Biologicals (NIB) located at Sector-62 is having the most 1000 investigations. On the other hand, including Jims, Infant Hospital, JP, Sharda, this number is more than 2000 per day.

Noida lab is also expected to test samples of patients from western Uttar Pradesh. However, no official of the district administration or health department has clear information. The test report of the patients is expected in 2-3 days from the start of the lab. Currently RTPCR report is getting in 5 to 7 days.

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