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Govt revokes export ban on COVID diagnostic kits, reagents

The Central Government has revoked the export ban from Covid diagnostic kits, reagents by making amendment in the export policy of diagnostic kits.

The export restriction is lifted from VTM kits and reagents, RNA extraction kits, RT PCR kits, facon tube or cryovials, swabs sterile synthetic fibre etc. It also includes Silicon columns, Carrier RNA, Proteinase K, Magnetic Stand, Beads, Probes from COVID19 testing, primers for COVID testing, Taq polymerase enzyme, COVID19 rapid antigen testing kits.

The export ban on various COVID-19 testing and diagnostic kits including reagents was imposed last year, June 2020. India reported 13,058 fresh Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the lowest daily rise in the last eight months and 164 deaths reported due to the virus. Government revoke ban from COVID diagnostic kits, reagents because intensity of COVID-19 is declining in the country.

DGFT said in a notification that, The export policy of all diagnostics kits and reagents including instruments / apparatus, made restricted from june 2020 is being made free with immediate effect.


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