Doctor’s prescription not mandatory for Covid-19 testing in Delhi, says HC | Delhi News

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court on Tuesday ordered that doctor’s prescription will not be mandatory from now on for those going voluntarily for RT/PCR test to detect Covid-19 infection in the national capital. Till now it was mandatory for a person to have a doctor’s prescription or symptoms to get tested for the virus.
A bench of justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad said people need to carry Aadhaar card for Delhi address proof and fill up a form as prescribed by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for Covid-19 testing.
The court noted there was a sharp increase in the number of cases in Delhi and asked private laboratories to allow 2,000 Covid-19 tests a day for those who want to undergo the voluntarily screening.
Capacity of around 12,000 test per day is available with the Delhi government, it noted.



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