Russian experts to support COVID-19 laboratory capacity in Tajikistan

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A team of 7 lab diagnostics experts arrived in Tajikistan on 22 July to support the implementation and strengthening of the national COVID-19

A group of 7 lab diagnostics specialists showed up in Tajikistan on 22 July to help the usage and fortifying of the national COVID-19 research center upscaling activity plan. The group originated from Rospotrebnadzor, Russian Federation, a functioning individual from the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN).

GOARN is a worldwide WHO system of more than 250 specialized foundations and systems that react to intense general wellbeing occasions with the organization of staff and assets to influenced nations.

The GOARN specialists will offer help to the National Laboratory Working Group for the reaction to COVID-19 and the research center mainstay of the recently settled Public Health Emergency Operations Center. Tajikistan's national activity plan expects to advance nationwide demonstrative testing dependent on the current research center limit in all national and territorial lab systems.

The master group from the Russian Federation will survey Tajikistan's current research facility circulation framework and stream of lab information and will recommend solid strides to fortify the COVID-19 lab information the board framework. The group will likewise bolster the Tajik research facility specialists in their progressing exercises.

Building reconnaissance and testing limit

Dr. Bahtygul Karriyeva, Head of the WHO Country Office (a.i.) in Tajikistan, depicted the job GOARN accomplices are playing in the nation. "A solid COVID-19 reaction must incorporate a complete methodology for reconnaissance and testing. GOARN accomplices have been sent in Tajikistan from the earliest starting point to ensure that the correct specialized help and abilities are on the ground quickly. This included help toward the beginning of the flare-up to quickly grow the testing limit and the limited working of research facility staff. We invite the Rapid Response Mobile Laboratory Team from Rospotrebnadzor that will keep working with Tajik experts to guarantee that the nation has the limit and assets required to rapidly test, report, and react to associated cases with the illness," she said.

"Any pandemic has no outskirts, doesn't know locales and doesn't perceive nationalities," said Dr. Alexander Semenov, Deputy Director at the Saint Petersburg Pasteur Institute. "This is a typical disaster for all individuals anyplace on the planet. Subsequently, it is conceivable to battle it just by joint endeavors, together, sharing information, experience, and continually helping one another. The crucial its companions in Tajikistan not exclusively to share the experience that we have picked up in different nations, yet in addition to gain from associates in Tajikistan," he included. Dr. Semenov, who has likewise been a piece of WHO missions to China and Italy, is driving the GOARN strategic Tajikistan.

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