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In near future, ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) is planning a follow-up seroprevalence study pan India to the earlier sero-surveillance that they had done for mid-April infections: Rajesh Bhushan, OSD, Ministry of Health

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A total of 1,04,73,771 samples tested for #COVID19  till date. Of these, 2,62,679 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

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A total of 1,07,40,832 samples tested for #COVID19  till 8th July. Of these, 2,67,061 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

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Researchers have accused the Indian Council of Medical Research of buckling under political pressure after it sent a letter to doctors instructing them to fast track clinical trials of a candidate vaccine against covid-19

A total of 1,04,73,771 samples tested for #COVID19  till date. Of these, 2,62,679 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) @ICMRDELHI 

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The total number of samples tested up to July 6 is 1,02,11,092 of which 2,41,430 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

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Total number of samples tested up to July 6 is 1,02,11,092 of which 2,41,430 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research. #IndiaFightsCOVID19  LIVE Updates:

The total number of samples tested up to July 6 is 1,02,11,092 of which 2,41,430 samples were tested yesterday: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

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The Indian Academy of Sciences, a Bengaluru-based body of scientists, has said that the Indian Council for Medical Research's (ICMR) target to launch a #coronavirus  vaccine by August 15 is "unfeasible" and "unrealistic". More updates on:

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#COVID19 tests in India cross the 1 crore (10 million) mark. 1,00,04,101 tests conducted as of 11 am today: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) official #CoronavirusOutbreak  Live updates:

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Raman Gangakhedkar, senior scientist of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is retiring today. He has played a key role in combating the on-going #COVID19  pandemic in the country. (file pic)

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80% of #coronavirus  cases in India are asymptomatic, a matter of concern: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)

The National Task Force for COVID19 constituted by Indian Council of Medical Research recommends the use of hydroxychloroquine for treatment of COVID19 for high-risk cases

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Maharashtra: Pune based Mylab Discovery Solutions Pvt Ltd has developed India's first indigenous #COVID19  testing kit that has been approved by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). A single kit costs Rs 80,000 & can test 100 patients.

Scientists at ICMR-NIV,Pune have developed&validated the completely indigenous IgG ELISA test for antibody detection for SARS-CoV-2. On external validation, IgG test kit has been found to have sensitivity&specificity of 98.7%&100%, respectively: Indian Council of Medical Research

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#WATCH In Japan, to find one positive case, 11.7 persons are tested. In Italy that number is 6.7, in US it's 5.3, in UK it's 3.4. Here in India, we do 24 tests for one positive case: Dr. Raman R Gangakhedkar, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).

Price range approved by ICMR is Rs 740-1150 for RT-PCR and Rs 528-795 for Rapid Test. No test has been procured at Rs 4500. Any Indian company wanting to supply at lower rates is welcome to contact ICMR : Indian Council of Medical Research

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Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) issues advisory to start rapid antibody-based blood tests in cluster zones and large migration/evacuee centers for detection of #COVID19 .

35 private laboratories across the country have been given the green signal from Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to conduct #COVID19  tests.

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) issues guidelines for #COVID19  testing by private laboratories. Maximum cost for testing samples capped at Rs 4,500 (Rs 1,500 for screening test for likely cases & additional Rs 3,000 for confirmation test).

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