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Omega Diagnostics

  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 19/08/2019 |

Food intolerance and diagnostics company Omega Diagnostics has delayed its interim results announcement, although it figures appear likely to be in line with expectations. 

Omega wants to firm up commercial discussions and post-balance sheet events. There will still be a small loss in the year to March 2019.

The first VISITECT CD4 order has been received from Nigeria. This HIV diagnostic test is important for Omega’s future. The Nigerian distributor ordered 50,000 units valued at £210,000. The Nigerian Ministry of Health does have to approve the test for its HIV policy before the order goes ahead.

There is also a Chinese order for 20,000 Food Detective units worth £290,000.

Despite the positive news, the delay was not taken well by the share price which fell 0.75p to 8.75p. 

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