The Assam government has set a limit for the rates of RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) charged by research centres in the state in view of the expanded accessibility and decrease in expenses of testing hardware.
The state wellbeing and family government assistance division have given a notice expressing that the rates chargeable for testing RT-PCR test tests, which are gathered at the labs and emergency clinics, including test cost, personal protective equipment (PPE) unit and other related charges, has been covered at Rs 1,000.
Nonetheless, an extra measure of Rs 200 extra would be charged if RT-PCR test tests are gathered from home.
The rate of a Rapid Antigen Test has been fixed at Rs 500.
The most recent request gave by the chief secretary to the state wellbeing office comes as an enormous alleviation to residents who needed to settle up to Rs 4500 to complete their COVID tests in private medical care offices and research facilities.
The request likewise approached the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL), and Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) affirmed labs to follow the rules gave by ICMR occasionally.
"All emergency clinics, organizations and research centres are told to show the updated tax noticeably and carefully follow the request. Rebelliousness will draw in activity according to law," the request expressed.
"The concerned locale organization and the wellbeing office authorities will intently screen and implement the rates carefully," it added.
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