One of the leading labs in the country could not process Kovid-19 tests over the weekend due to staff shortage.

One of the leading labs in the country could not process Kovid-19 tests over the weekend due to staff shortage.

One of the country’s leading labs, which is used to process corona virus tests, said it could not operate for the next two weekends due to “unavoidable staff shortages.”

A statement from the National Virus Reference Laboratory (NVRL) website said that Kovid-19 tests could not be processed during the bank holiday weekend, which ends on Monday.

The notice states that the lab will be closed next Saturday and Sunday, October 31st and November 1st.

The University College Dublin (UCD) lab’s two-weekend suspension of testing was the result of an “unavoidable staff shortage,” the statement said.

In a notice posted on Thursday, he said, “I apologize for the late notification, which may have caused some inconvenience.”

NASA’s private facility is expected to be able to make up for the shortfall in testing capacity since the UCD lab closed two weekends, health sources said.

More than 40 laboratories have the capacity to test for the corona virus between UCD Lab, Acute Hospitals, Enfer and the Department of Agriculture.

The government’s Kovid-19 online data hub has processed 116,606 tests in the last seven days, including 17,746 tests in the last 24 hours.

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