Rapid antigen-based tests will be launched in Georgia from today. Such a statement made the Deputy Head of the National Center for Disease Control.
“There are two tests recognized in the world and we have one of these two in Georgia. This is a recent recommendation of the World Health Organization and recognized by the United States FDI. They will be used for diagnosis.
We already have antigen-based tests, now the stock is somewhere around 150,000 and another half a million have been ordered. In this kind of tests the citizens will get the test result in 20 minutes”, - said Paata Imnadze.