Panbio™ COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device(Nasal) 15th January 2022

Panbio™️ COVID 19 Ag Rapid Test Device Nasal Panbio COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device NASAL Identify COVID-19 patients in 15 minutes! FOR PEOPLE EXPOSED TO COVID-19 High performance compared to nasal PCR. Rapid identification of contagious individuals. Accessible and large-scale testing. Get it now Safety Data Sheet (SDS)Test InstructionsFOR PERSONS EXPOSED TO COVID-19 For patients with suspected COVID-19 infection or high exposure to COVID-19, Panbio COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device. Requiring no instrumentation and providing… Continue reading

Panbio™ COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device 8th January 2022

Panbio™️ COVID 19 Ag Rapid Test Device Nasopharyngeal Identify COVID-19 patients in 15 minutes! FOR PEOPLE EXPOSED TO COVID-19 , Panbio COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device High performance compared to nasal PCR. Rapid identification of contagious individuals. Accessible and large-scale testing. Get it now Safety Data Sheet (SDS)Test InstructionsFOR PERSONS EXPOSED TO COVID-19 For patients with suspected COVID-19 infection or high exposure to COVID-19, Panbio COVID-19 Ag Rapid Test Device. Requiring no instrumentation and providing… Continue reading
New Covid variant Omicron : What do we know? Continue reading...

New Covid variant Omicron : What do we know? 1st December 2021 – Posted in: Virus

The new variant of Covid-19, called Omicron variant or Covid variant Omicron, was first discovered on 11 November 2021 in Botswana, South Africa. Scientists estimate that about 90% of the new coronavirus infections in South Africa are based on this new variant, which may also have spread to eight other provinces. When international travellers began testing positive for the new variant, countries began closing borders on certain routes or taking other measures to restrict travel.… Continue reading
COVID Variant Mu Continue reading...

COVID-19 Mu variant : The new COVID Variant Mu – Posted in: Virus

Introduction Scientists are keeping an eye on a new variant of COVID-19 The Covid-19 Mu or Mu variant. "Although this variant is making headlines, it is not the dominant strain in the United States or anywhere else," says Dr John O'Horo, an infectious disease physician at the Mayo Clinic. "The delta variant is really the predominant strain everywhere at the moment. And while it's important for scientists and public health officials to be aware of… Continue reading