Rapid Corona Test Kit Developed By India-Israel, Result In Less Than 30 Sec

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New Delhi : Israeli Ambassador to India has given information about a special corona testing kit. Israeli Ambassador Ron Malka also said that Israel wants the rapid testing kit to be manufactured in India and the two countries will also cooperate in developing a vaccine to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic. Also, India’s role in its manufacturing matters a lot.

The Israeli ambassador said that Corona’s rapid testing project is in its final stages. In an interview to PTI, Malka said, “I think it’s just a matter of few days now. According to what I am hearing from the people involved in this process, it should not take more than two to three weeks to get a reliable and accurate technique or one of the four different techniques being analyzed. “

The Israeli ambassador said, “This will be good news for the whole world… We have named this joint operation ‘Open Sky’, which will really open up the sky to international travel and economic activity because of its rapid technology at airports And can be used in other places, under which a person has to blow in one tube and the results will be available in 30-40-50 seconds.”

Malka said that apart from this it will also be very cheap in terms of cost as it will give an immediate report and there will be no need to send any sample to the lab, which will save the cost incurred in the lab.

Actually, scientists from Israel and India have been searching for four such techniques for testing corona for the last few months, which will prove to be a game changer in testing corona. This technology will be among us soon.

Trials are being conducted at these places in Delhi
Researchers from both countries have collected samples from different parts of the country for all four techniques. Trials at three major hospitals in Delhi, including Ram Manohar Lohia, Sir Gangaram and LNJP Hospitals, are being run at a rapid pace and are almost completed. The maximum number of samples taken was 3232 at Gangaram Hospital.

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