List Of Hospitals And Labs Linked For PCR Verification In High-risk Countries

Kuwait City, March 18: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation said the dates have been changed to link MUNA (Medical Utility Network Accreditors) for Qatar and Oman on March 27 and PCR certificates to Saudi Arabia on March 28.

Sources further revealed that 5 countries such as India, the Philippines, Bangladesh, and Nepal have already been linked through 11 cities and laboratories to 26 cities and states in countries that specialized in PCR tests.

5 cities in Sri Lanka are connected to 4 laboratories in Colombo, Negombo, Gampahan, Kandy and Karthia.


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In the Philippines Quizon City High Accuracy Diagnostic Center, and Pasay City at the Diagnostic Laboratory of the Philippines Airport.

Kathmandu Hospital for Advanced Medicine and Surgery (HAMS) in Nepal.


Prava Health Laboratory Dhaka in Bangladesh.

In India, 17 cities and states are accredited with 3 laboratories Mangalore, Calicut, Kannur, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kochi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Goa and Trivandrampuram called Metropolis Health Laboratory Ltd.

Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune The Suburban Diagnostics Laboratory. In the laboratory of Gurugram, Noida and Hyderabad Thyrocare Technologies Limited.


As reported by Al-Rai, tests in other countries, such as Bahrain, are conducted through the laboratories of the Bahrain Specialist Hospital.

In the UAE, 4 GHMATs have been commissioned for the Burzel Laboratory in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. At Sharjah Medor Hospital.

4 cities in Turkey are connected to two laboratories in Iskandar and Biruni in Istanbul and are punctuated in Ankara.


Adil Khan

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