BioAgilytix has launched customisable Covid-19 testing packages alongside services to address sponsor and employer requirements due to the ongoing pandemic. The services are based on the company’s experience with clinical assays and diagnostics to carry out viral and antibody testing for the Covid-19 causing SARS-CoV-2 virus. The testing includes return-to-work screening programmes for employees who are resuming work and assays for sponsors to aid clinical trial decision-making.

MYKU Biosciences has a new hand sanitiser private label contract. MYKU offers research and development and ‘innovative custom’ formulations along with high-volume capacity for dietary supplements, topicals and cosmetics, and will now add hand sanitiser to its arsenal, due to increased demand stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic. Additionally, it can customise hand sanitisers with value added ingredients and different premium fragrances. It also provides various packaging options for gel and spray hand sanitiser.

Dony Garment announced its shift to cloth-mask production when the pandemic began and has so far donated $450,000 worth of masks. Dony has said it wanted to express gratitude towards the US for its previous support for Vietnamese people during the pandemic, having donated $9.5m to the country’s pandemic response. Vietnamese businesses have now given away 1.3 million face-masks and about 100,000 non-skid socks to the United States, as art of a scheme called Operation USA.

GTX Corp has introduced pre-packed collection of personal protective equipment (PPE) bundles for small and medium size businesses. The bundles include masks, sanitisers, infrared thermometers, face shields, Ti22 Liquid Titanium Shield, UV boxes. It plans to add UV wands and other protective gear in the near future to ensure that companies are equipped to receive staff and visitors.