Assam: Rapid antibody test stopped in the state for next 2 days
Assam: Rapid antibody test stopped in the state for next 2 days

On Tuesday, Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the state government has suspended rapid anti-body tests for the next two days in view of the advisory issued by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Sarma tweeted, "In view of the advisory issued by the ICMR, the State Government has postponed the Rapid Anti Body Test for the next two days."

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Before the arrival of this advisory, he had tweeted that from April 22, we will start rapid antibody test from the posh apartment Spanish Garden in Guwahati. The Government of India has given 9,600 rapid antibody test kits for the coronavirus test, which gives results in 15 minutes.

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The Indian Medical Research Council on Tuesday advised stopping using the Kovid-19 rapid testing kit in view of the large difference in the results. He told he would issue an advisory in this regard in the next two days. During a press conference in Delhi, ICMR Chief Scientist Dr R. Gangakhedkar said, 'States have been advised not to use Covid-19 rapid testing kit for two days. There is a huge difference in the results of rapid home kits. The test of the kit is being done by the teams present on the ground zero. We will issue advisory in the next two days.

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