TALLINN – The Estonian Health Board signed a contract for the testing of people for coronavirus until the end of next year -- the cost of the procurement organized by the State Shared Services Center (RTK) could reach 100 million euros, and Medicum and Synlab, which had previously been providing testing services, won the contract.
Director general of the Health Board, Ullar Lanno, said that it was necessary to carry out a new procurement as the volume of the current contract was about to be filled.
"Coronavirus has come to stay. Therefore, it...
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