UG TO BENEFIT FROM MOLECULAR LABS, INFECTIOUS DISEASE SCANNERS

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With the University of Guyana set to reopen later this month using yet again a blended approach, Nightly News’ Amel Griffith spoke with the institution’s Vice-Chancellor to get a picture of what this learning modality will actually look like. From molecular labs to test COVID to infectious disease scanners-one thing is certain… Big plans are in the works at the nation’s tertiary institution

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