Delhi air terminal gets Covid-19 testing office for showing up worldwide travelers
Delhi Airport has set up a Covid testing office at the staggered vehicle leaving region of its Terminal 3 for showing up global travelers who need to take interfacing local flights, its administrator Delhi Airport International Limited (DIAL) said on Friday.
The testing office at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport has been built up by the DIAL as a team with Genestrings Diagnostic Center, which is as of now connected with the Delhi government to test Covid tests.
It will convey test results inside four to six hours.
On the off chance that the RT-PCR test result is negative, the worldwide traveler will be permitted to load up their interfacing household flight and the individuals who test positive will be dealt with according to Indian Council of Medical Research's (ICMR) rules from the air terminal itself.
The 3,500 square meter office at the staggered vehicle leaving (MLCP) of T3 will get operational by mid-September. The office guarantees a protected excursion of all travelers entering the city or planned for household corresponding flights.
Consequences of the examples gathered at the IGI Airport lab will be announced inside four to six hours. Until the outcomes are affirmed, travelers will be disengaged at the holding up relax or may select to remain in an inn.