Mumbai: Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Tuesday that the state had received 12.50 lakh such RT-PCR coronavirus test kits from GCC Biotech Limited that do not emulate quality regulations. Tope said in his hometown Jalna that the National Institute of Virology, Pune, found that these kits were not on the ‘standards’ of quality.
He said that the state has got these kits from GCC Biotak Limited. The state has ordered the laboratories to stop using these kits till further orders. The minister said that the infection rate in kits supplied from GCC Biotak was coming down, after which a committee was formed to investigate it. The committee also includes scientists from the National Institute of Virology.
Explain that the number of corona patients in India has crossed 71 lakh. So far, a total of 71 lakh 75 thousand 880 people have died and 1 lakh 9 thousand 856 people have lost their lives. However, it is a matter of relief that out of this, 62 lakh 27 thousand 295 patients have fully recovered from the infection.
Now there are only 8 lakh 38 thousand 729 active people in the country who are undergoing treatment. The number of people recovering from frequent infections in India is increasing, with a recovery rate of 86.78 per. At the same time, the death rate is 1.53 per cent and it is also being recorded.
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