Gargi college to set up COVID TESTING camp for all

The University of Delhi affiliated Gargi College is to set up covid testing camps on 15th and 16th of June for everyone.



Gargi College sets an initiative to organize COVID testing on the 15th and 16th of June in partnership with Tata Medical and Diagnostics. The college released an official two-page notice on 10th June on its official site mentioning the venue, date and time. The camp will set up in the seminar hall of the college from 10 am to 2 pm for two days. It is open to all general public. The initiative partner is Tata medical and diagnostics. Their testing kit Tata MD CHECK will be used and at the special price of ₹650 for all. The interested need to register for the camps in advance. Furthermore, the notice also mentions carrying the Aadhar card is necessary while collecting samples for maintaining a record. Contact details related are all mentioned in the notice.

University of Delhi’s tweet mentioned the details about the camp on its official Twitter page. The testing kit TATA MD CHECK is based on CRISPR Cas-9 and is powered by the FELUDA technology. It is a simple and agile testing process that detects the virus with high accuracy and delivers accurate diagnosis. Tata MD CHECK is DCGI approved as per ICMR guidelines. Gargi College is located on Siri fort road, New Delhi.

Additionally, the University made vaccines available to its employees and their family at the health centre on the north campus, Delhi. University (@UnivofDelhi) tweeted, “Covishield Vaccine is available for DU employees and their family members in the age range of 18-44 from Monday onwards for three days at University of Delhi, WUS Health Centre, North Campus.” Earlier over 35 DU teachers succumbed to corona as the second wave hit Delhi.


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