Made-in-Vietnam test kits used at the country’s airports can detect pathogenic viruses at the time of testing and confirm whether the passengers are infected or not. Vietnam's Ministry of Health has decided to use domestically-made COVID-19 test kits for screening incoming passengers as the country reopens international air routes, VnExpress reported, citing Deputy Minister of Health Nguyen Truong Son. Since September 15, Vietnam has resumed flights to China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Cambodia and Laos. It is estimated that Vietnam would monthly welcome 20,000 passengers who must quarantined and tested at least twice. The test kits used at Vietnam’s airports can detect pathogenic viruses at the time of testing and confirm whether the passengers are infected or not. Currently, Vietnam's biggest supplier is Viet A Technologies JSC that can make 100,000 kits per day and quintuple its capacity if necessary. The company supplied 90% of coronavirus test kits in Vietnam's latest two waves of COVID-19 outbreak. Viet A Technologies’ Deputy General Director Vu Dinh Hiep said that the company is stockpiling more than one million test kits in anticipation of increasing demand for coronavirus testing. Hiep affirmed that the company will provide enough test kits for PCR laboratories at airports… Read full this story
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