Saturday, September 12, 2020

India's First Airport Coronavirus Testing Facility Launched In Delhi

New Delhi: India's first coronavirus airport testing facility was launched on Friday at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.
The facility at the Terminal-3 of the airport, which offers a walk-in option, "ensures a safe journey of all passengers entering the city or scheduled for domestic connecting flights", airport operator DIAL (Delhi International Airport Limited) said in a statement.

International passengers traveling without a valid COVID negative certificate can book a slot in advance, it said. The test results are available within four-six hours.

Passengers have been advised to book the slot an hour before the time of arrival and around four-six hours before the departure flight.

"Passengers will have to provide with their details such as name, contact details and valid ID proof while applying online for this facility. They will also have an option to modify the slot in case they are not able to reach at the scheduled appointment time. Besides, passengers belonging to the same family can book a single slot all together through online," the DIAL statement reads.
12/09/20 Saurabh Shukla/NDTV
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