Byline By- Balkrishna
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has given anadvisory proposing that the requirement for sound people to take the RT-PCR test for interstate domestic travel might be eliminated. The warning has been given to diminish the heap on COVID-19 testing labs in the wake of the second rush of the pandemic. The warning expressed further that the RT-PCR test ought not to be repeated on a person who has tested positive once either by RAT or RT-PCR.
Also, no testing is needed for COVID-19 to recover people at the hour of hospital release, as per the discharge policy of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. As of now, India has an aggregate of 2,506 molecular testing laboratories centers including RT-PCR, TrueNAT, CBNAAT, and others. The public testing limit remains at 15 lakh tests in a three-shift operation.
The advisory will make highway travel simpler for various essential voyagers. Then, a few states maintain the order of an e-pass where lockdown limitations have been forced. The body likewise deliberately discouraged highway travel, particularly of people who are showing Covid or flu-like side effects. All explorers need to follow Covid safety protocols.
With the significant number of cases each day, the tension on labs is colossal to convey results on schedule. The top wellbeing research body likewise suggested upscaling testing utilizing RATs and said that it very well might be permitted at all accessible government and private medical services offices. The body additionally suggested setting up booths in urban communities, towns, and remote areas for testing.