Ukraine to launch mass production of Covid-19 tests. of Health.

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Ukraine is about to launch mass production of tests for the Covid-19 coronavirus. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Health and Chief Sanitary Doctor Victor Lyashko on ICTV.

According to Lyashko, the state has the means to buy tests from a domestic manufacturer.

"I think that we will go to mass production in the near future. The state has the means to buy tests from a domestic manufacturer. For enzymes and reagents that are not domestically produced, we will depend on imports," the Deputy Healthcare Minister stated.

Related: Ukraine’s Healthcare Ministry urges people to fight 'panic virus'

As we reported earlier, Ukraine has received polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests to detect coronavirus for more than 10 days.

"The Il-76 military aircraft that returned from China on Monday night has sent the first batch of medical cargo to Ukraine. Two types of tests, in particular, for PCR and rapid diagnostics," the statement said.

As of now, there are 84 laboratory-confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Ukraine. Over the past 24 hours, 11 new cases have been recorded.

Related: 250,000 express tests for Covid-19 arrive in Ukraine from China

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