OHCHR: Delayed results exacerbate the crisis

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA  June 2 : The Human Rights Commission in Iraq warned of a humanitarian catastrophe in the event that the results of laboratory tests for people living with Coronavirus, which last from three to seven days, continue to be delayed.  The Commission said in a statement that the delay in the results of the tests may lead to real risks in the spread of the virus if it was positive for some of the infected and those who touched them, asking the Prime Minister to intervene and instruct the Ministry of Health to launch pre-emptive campaigns in all of the provinces of Iraq and the establishment of new laboratories and announce the results on the same day as the laboratory examination in order to preserve On the lives of citizens.


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