Coronavirus Test Centres & Labs in India

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Covid-19: Where can You get Yourself Tested for the Virus in India?

The novel coronavirus is running amok in India, just like the rest of the world. According to recent reports, the disease has claimed the lives of 10 victims in the country, while infecting more than 500 people. Owing to this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a complete national lockdown, starting 00:00 hours on 25th March 2020.

This lockdown will last for 21 days in an effort to eradicate the social transmission of the deadly virus. While this containment procedure is in effect, Indians staying at home should monitor their immediate family members for known symptoms of Covid-19. If you feel that you or anyone in your home is showing signs of the disease, you must consult a doctor immediately.

Your doctor, in turn, will determine whether coronavirus testing is necessary in your case. Still, you cannot just walk into a clinic near you to undergo the said testing, as most labs do not have the necessary infrastructure and clearance to test for the novel coronavirus. Thus, it is vital to know which labs or healthcare centres are offering the said test in your state of residence.

Important: Learn more about the coverages of COVID 19 Insurance Policy

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