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Trivitron takes steps to make India self-reliant, making indigenous Covid-19 testing kit available all over the world


Trivitron responds to Atmanirbhar Bharat to provide indigenous COVID-19 testing kits globally

new Delhi. Healthcare industry leader Trivetrone Healthcare has launched a domestically developed indigenous Kovid-19 testing kit, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for Vocal for Local, in the wake of the global corona virus epidemic. The company plans to make this testing kit available globally under self-reliant India.

Trivitron Healthcare is providing an RT-PCR test, RNA extraction kit, viral transport media, total antibody ELISA test and ELISA IgG testing kit for the Kovid-19 probe approved by the ICFR. The company has developed and manufactured these test kits indigenously to cater to the need of Kovid-19 testing kits in the domestic market. Trivitron has stated that it is committed to producing affordable and globally acceptable high quality testing kits.

Dr. GSK Velu, Chairman and Managing Director of Trivitron Healthcare stated that our focus is on providing Made-in-India medical technology solutions to the domestic and international markets. The current state of Kovid-19 has given rise to the need for indigenous and affordable testing kits for the Indian market and we are meeting this need. We have a complete series of test kits for the COVID-19 probe, which are supporting the investigation needs in India and other countries.

This post was published on August 22, 2020 2:54 pm

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