For the sixth time in Maharashtra, the prices of the corona test have been cut. On Wednesday, the Maharashtra government has taken this decision in view of the increasing cases of corona in the state.
Once again, the state government in Maharashtra has dropped the Corona test price in the middle of the rising infection of Corona. Now RT-PCR tests will be done in the state for 500 to 800 rupees and antigen tests for 150 to 300 rupees. The new prices have been released by the Health Department of the Government of Maharashtra.
According to these prices, Rs 500 will have to be paid for conducting RT-PCR test to check the corona at the collection centers. At the same time, 600 rupees will have to be paid for the RT-PCR test of Corona at the Kovid Center, Quarantine Center and Isolation Center. At the same time, 800 rupees will be charged for giving samples from home.
Maharashtra Govt caps the price of RT-PCR test to Rs 500 at Collection centres, Rs 600 at Covid centre, Quarantine centre or Isolation centre and Rs 800 if the sample is collected from home.
Price of RT-PCR has been capped for the 6th time.
– ANI (@ANI) March 31, 2021
For the sixth time in Maharashtra, the prices of the corona test have been cut. On Wednesday, the Maharashtra government has taken this decision in view of the increasing cases of corona in the state. So that more and more people can get the test done as soon as possible. A person who becomes infected after a late test can already cause the infection to spread to many people. In such a situation, its pressure starts falling on hospitals.
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