Thyrocare  - Covid-19 Tests Contribution Reduces Sharply In Q3: ICICI Securities 
A healthcare worker uses a pipette to process Covid-19 test samples in a laboratory (Photographer T. Narayan/Bloomberg)

Thyrocare - Covid-19 Tests Contribution Reduces Sharply In Q3: ICICI Securities 

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Thyrocare Technologies Ltd. reported slower recovery in non-Covid-19 business in Q3 FY21 and contribution from Covid-19 has also declined considerably.

Revenue grew 30.7% YoY to Rs 1.4 billion (our estimate Rs 1.5 billion). Ebitda margin dropped 550 basis points YoY (down 450 basis points QoQ) to 35.9% (our estimate 39.3%).

The company conducted 0.45 million Covid-19 tests which contributed approximately 24% to total sales in Q3 FY21.

Regular pathology business witnessed a volume decline of 5.6% in the number of samples but improved sequentially with easing of lockdown.

The performance had been below estimates, though base business is gradually recovering.

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