• Moldovan Authorities Announce How Many Tests For COVID-19 Are Left

    Moldovan Authorities Announce How Many Tests For COVID-19 Are Left
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    25 May 2020 | 07:30

    Moldova has over 40,000 tests for the new type of coronavirus. 

    The head of the National Agency for Public Health (ANSP), Nicolae Furtună, stated that Moldova has over 40,000 tests for coronavirus. He made the statement during the Fourth Power, a TV show on N4.

    We still have over 40,000 tests. Protective equipment is still needed. The supplies that were bought in the past for the health system were too small. (…) The funding for the procurement of these equivalents and biocides must be much higher.

    (…) Globally, there is a deficit in all positions – and protective equipment, and laboratory equipment, tests. It remains a global problem. We will have to buy more for next season. It is important to use them because they have an expiry date,” declared Nicolae Furtună.

    Up to date, Moldova registered over 7,000 cases of COVID-19. Moldova made over 40,500 tests.  

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