India to buy 75,000 rapid testing kits from South Korea

  18 April 2020    Read: 812
India to buy 75,000 rapid testing kits from South Korea

The government of Chhattisgarh state is set to buy high-quality Covid-19 rapid testing kits from a South Korean company based in India, the state’s health minister confirmed today, AzVision.az reports citing Spuntik.

The South Korean company has been identified as lowest bidder in the market, with a price of INR 337 per kit.

The minister extended his gratitude to the ambassador of South Korea and the Indian ambassador in South Korea for making the deal possible.

The state plans to ramp up random testing to combat the coronavirus pandemic.


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