Poorer countries to get 120 million rapid Covid-19 tests, WHO says

Poorer countries to get 120 million rapid Covid-19 tests, WHO says

29/9/2020 3:45:00 AM

Poorer countries to get 120 million rapid Covid-19 tests, WHO says

GENEVA — Some 120 million rapid diagnostic tests for coronavirus will be made available to low- and middle-income countries at a maximum of US$5 (S$6.86) each, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday (Sept 28).

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