Rapid Test Kits

Delhi High Court Fixes the Price of Coronavirus Rapid Test Kits as Rs 400 Per Kit, 40% Less Than ICMR Approved Rate

The Present Petition deals with the release of 7.24 lacs COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits and other materials related to COVID-19, which have been imported and/or are being imported by the Respondents from China. The Delhi High Court capped the price of the Rapid Test Kits for COVID19 as Rs. 400, 40% less than ICMR approved rate.

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