COVID-19 Equipment to Georgia (05890092)
Assistance to Georgia for diagnostics of COVID-19
Central Laboratory at the Academician Nikoloz Kipshidze University Clinic, Tbilisi, Georgia, receives the equipment of the PCR laboratory for COVID-19 diagnostic. Head of Central Laboratory Ekaterine Kupataze, Laboratory doctors Tamat Magradze and Irma Kheladze, phlebotomist Marina Shalamberidze are discussing new PCR technologies, as a new unit of the laboratory. Before and now laboratory fully manages sampling Nasopharyngeal and Oropharyngeal specimens. "Now they are in the same process of preparing the PCR laboratory for diagnostics of COVID-19". 10 June 2020
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is dispatching equipment to countries around the world to enable them to use a nuclear-derived technique to rapidly detect the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. This emergency assistance is part of the IAEA's response to requests for support from Member States in controlling an increasing number of infections worldwide.
Photo Credit: Natalia Khurtsidze, PR Manager of the Clinic