Ministry Of Health: Rapid Tests For COVID Are Being Registered In Russia

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Ministry Of Health: Rapid Tests For COVID Are Being Registered In Russia
Ministry Of Health: Rapid Tests For COVID Are Being Registered In Russia

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Ministry of Health: rapid tests for COVID are being registered in Russia

This was stated by the head of the department Mikhail Murashko. According to him, we are talking about both foreign and domestic tests. "But I still would not advocate that they be sold in every pharmacy. My opinion is that this is still a medical procedure, the appointment of which should be made by a doctor," Murashko said.

Ministry of Health: rapid tests for COVID are being registered in Russia
Ministry of Health: rapid tests for COVID are being registered in Russia

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This was stated by the head of the department Mikhail Murashko. According to him, we are talking about both foreign and domestic tests.

"But I still would not advocate that they be sold in every pharmacy. My opinion is that this is still a medical procedure, the appointment of which should be made by a doctor," Murashko said in an interview with RIA Novosti. Earlier it was reported about the development of tests by different countries that can detect a new coronavirus within a few minutes. The creation and launch of such a test, in particular, was reported by Singaporean experts. The minister also spoke about the postponement of non-urgent surgical operations. According to Murashko, among those who will be affected by the shifts in the timing of the procedures, there will be, in particular, patients waiting for plastic surgery. “Women may be offended, but today they will have to wait,” the minister said. To date, 1,836 cases of coronavirus have been detected in Russia, of which 302 were in the last 24 hours alone. Nine people have passed awayrecovered 66.

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