PH Red Cross Receives RITM 5-star Lab Rating

Meanwhile in Manila – Philippine Red Cross (PRC) Chairman and CEO Senator Richard Gordon said the Philippine Red Cross Logistics Multipurpose Center (PLMC) sub-atomic lab went through a multistage cycle for Covid-19 lab evaluation and got a five-star rating from the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) on Dec. 13, 2021.

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As the National Reference Laboratory for arising and reappearing irresistible illnesses, RITM consistently directs capability testing to guarantee and keep up with the great presentation of free labs.

Toward the beginning of the pandemic, when the RITM directed just 300 tests per day, it was the vision of Gordon to set up sub-atomic research facilities cross country to increase the country’s public trying result.

The PLMC sub-atomic research facility began working last April 25, 2020, and is equipped for testing 4,000 tests day by day.

From that point forward, thirteen more sub-atomic research facilities have been set up all through the archipelago with an absolute testing limit of 60,000 every day.

The PRC is the chief in testing with in excess of 5,000,000 tests, while the following association has done uniquely north of 1,000,000.

“We have outperformed the 5,000,000 imprint in Covid-19 testing at hindi tayo titigil (we won’t stop). We test to save lives! Napaka-importante ng pagte-test dahil dito natin malalaman kung sino ang mayroon Covid-19. (Testing is really vital in light of the fact that, through this, we would realize who has Covid-19) Through testing agad, mahihiwalay natin ang positive people upang hindi na makapanghawa dad ng iba (Through prompt testing, we could separate positive people to keep from contaminating others),” Gordon said in a news discharge on Tuesday.

Until now, PRC has led north of 5,056,996 tests cross country of which 899,119 are from the PLMC atomic lab.

Gordon additionally urges everybody to get tried consistently to guarantee the wellbeing of individuals around them this Christmas season.

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