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GPO pauses antigen test kits deal after skimping accusations


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After a scathing letter from the Rural Doctors Society accusing the Government Pharmaceutical Organisation of basing their decision solely on price with no concern for quality or accuracy, the GPO walked back their plan to buy 8.5 million antigen test kits from Lepu Medical Technology of China. The purchase will be delayed in order to test the quality of the kits to ensure they are accurate in diagnosing Covid-19. The permanent secretary for health and chairman of the GPO confirmed that after the statement from the Rural Doctors Society, the GPO as well as the Food and Drug Administration will […]

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42 minutes ago, MikeW said:

I'm sure the purchase was based on the thickness of the envelopes because they still haven't learned that anything from China is crap 

The world should boycott  buying anything from China. A few years of no income, should wind their necks in.

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