Profiting in the Midst of Panic
Rapid testing services are mushrooming. The result of minimal health monitoring by the government.
AS the syringe needle pierced the skin between his fingers on Friday noon, May 8, Juanda Septiana squeezed his eyes shut. From the vein of the 32-year-old man, the healthworker from the Primaya Hospital in Tangerang, Banten, took a blood sample. It took less than a minute to get the sample needed for a rapid test to detect coronavirus.
Juanda participated in the rapid testing because Varley Indonesia, the valve repair company where he works, was...