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New HGH Saliva Antigen Covid Test gamechanger

01-06-2021 01:03 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Lap of Luxury GmbH

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Antigen saliva, Hgh, disinfection, covid19, corona antigen test, antigen test , saliva, Austria, pandemic, medical, antibody

Antigen saliva, Hgh, disinfection, covid19, corona antigen test, antigen test , saliva, Austria, pandemic, medical, antibody

An Austrian company HGH Disinfection und Cosmetique Gmbh, based in 9020 Klagenfurt created with a Korean partner a unique antigen salvia test unit which is so simple that anybody can use it. Till now mass testing was nasal stick by government and doctors. Now this new test unit can be used by everybody without a scarry stick in the nose and a result with 95% is ready in 10 minutes. By now there is a real chance to beat covid 19 and asymptomatic spreader. You can test in real time at anyplace if you have covid or not. Test can be ordered direct

Lapofluxury Gmbh Hasnerstrasse 5,9020 klagenfurt Austria Europe

HGH Group is a international Medical producing and trading company based in Austria Klagenfurt 9020

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