The Saptari area wellbeing authority has run low on rapid diagnostic test packs for observation of suspected coronavirus patients.
The District Health Office said on Thursday that it will never again be leading rapid counter acting agent tests on individuals entering the area.
The region had gotten 960 test packs and 160 units of them were given to Gajendra Narayan Singh Hospital in Rajbiraj. The District Health Office has so far performed 760 rapid tests on people remaining in different isolate offices. The medical clinic, then, had run 120 tests as of Wednesday.
“The entire region has just 30 rapid test units left. We should end the rapid tests from Friday,” said Duniyalal Yadav, boss at the District Health Office. “We have just educated the commonplace government about the lack.”