RT-PCR Test Rate At Pvt Labs & Hospitals Slashed To ₹300
The Morning Standard|January 21, 2022
THE Delhi government on Thursday reduced the cost of the RT-PCR test for detecting Covid-19 infections in private hospitals and labs by 40% to ₹300 and of the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) to ₹100 with immediate effect. Earlier, the rate of RT-PCR test at private hospitals was₹500 while RAT used to cost ₹300.

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