German Giant Bosch has Developed Rapid COVID-19 Tests

The German company Bosch has developed a rapid test to detect the new coronavirus, the result of which is ready in two and a half hours and gives 95% accuracy. The new test uses the molecular diagnostics of Vivalytic made by Bosch Health Department and used in hospitals, laboratories and medical practices. The rapid test meets the quality standards of the World Health Organization (WHO).

In Belgrade, more than 350 infected, in isolation across Serbia, 70.000 people

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According to data from the official website of the Ministry of Health for monitoring the coronavirus epidemic in Serbia,, so far, 13 people have died from the infection with this virus in Serbia.
Eight deceased are male, and the average age of coronavirus victims in Serbia is 65.7 years.

In Serbia, 131 new cases of coronavirus, a total of 659

From the last report until 3 pm on March 28, 2020, samples of 371 individuals were tested, 131 of which were positive and 240 negative for the new coronavirus.
By 3 pm on March 28, 2020, the Torlak Institute Laboratory has tested a total of 2.086 people who displayed coronavirus infection symptoms to date.

Latest on the coronavirus: New York becomes the US epicenter of the disease

The U.S. House of Representatives will begin debate on a $2.2 trillion coronavirus aid bill on March 27 as virus cases in the country rose to the highest in the world.

Mainland China reported its first locally transmitted case in three days, while India slashed interest rates.   

Deaths, infections

73 coronavirus cases confirmed, 457 in total

The Serbian Health Care Ministry said in its daily bulletin that 457 coronavirus cases had been confirmed by 3:00 pm on Thursday.
The bulletin said that 295 people had been tested in the previous 24 hours. It did not specify how many, if any, of the 73 people who tested positive had been hospitalized, while 222 samples were negative for the new coronavirus.

Turkey Sees Spike in COVID-19 Cases and Deaths

The death toll from complications arising from the coronavirus rose by 15 to 59 in Turkey, as the number of recorded COVID-19 infections surged to 2,433, Health Minister Koca said on Wednesday.

Within the past 24 hours, 5,035 tests were carried out and 561 new cases were registered. So far, 30,000 tests have been carried out in the country.