Additional 7,000 test kits allocated to Binh Duong

Cập nhật: 29-07-2021 | 13:48:29

Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son has just signed the Decision No. 3573/QD-BYT on the allocation of test kits for SARS-CoV-2 virus to localities for Covid-19 prevention and control.

Accordingly, the Ministry of Health (MoH) will allocate additional 7,000 test kits using Realtime RTPCR method to Binh Duong provincial Department of Health. Phuong Dong Medical Equipment Co., Ltd cooperated with the National Children's Hospital to grant these test kits to the province.

Provincial Department of Health is urgently preparing to receive the above medical supplies in order to preserve and use them economically, efficiently in accordance with assigned functions and tasks.

Previously, the MoH also signed the Decision No. 3252/QDBYT allocating 5,000 test kits produced by Viet A Company to provincial Department of Health.

Reported by Kim Ha-Translated by K.T

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