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Russia transferred mobile laboratories to Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan

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Russia transferred mobile laboratories to Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan


21.11.2018

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Guinea, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan have received mobile laboratories designed to combat the spread of epidemics, TASS reports. The keys to them were handed to the representatives of these countries by the head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova. The solemn ceremony was held in the framework of the international conference entitled Ensuring sanitary and epidemiological benefit in the CIS member states in Saratov.

According to the Rospotrebnadzor head, within three years, Russia has transferred over a dozen mobile laboratories to different countries. They even worked in the epicenter of the plague. Laboratory anti-epidemiological complexes have no analogues in the world. They meet all modern requirements of biological safety. The equipment uses the latest achievements of science and technology.

The laboratory includes six complexes. It can be delivered to any place, and it will take no more than a day. In 24 hours it is able to examine up to 3000 samples, check them for infections and other substances. Up to 35 people may work in each laboratory.

According to Russkiy Mir, Moscow donated a mobile laboratory to Vietnam in autumn. It is designed for the Vietnamese-Russian Tropical Research and Technology Center. Its capabilities allow professionals working there to detect nearly 80 different viruses.

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