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Several airports are offering COVID-19 tests upon arrival. Here's what to expect
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Several airports are offering COVID-19 tests upon arrival. Here's what to expect

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Several airports have begun offering COVID-19 tests as travel starts to revive and destinations worldwide compete to attract tourists and keep disease away.

In many cases, the idea is that travelers land, get tested and receive a quick negative result - thereby avoiding the 14-day quarantine period often required by many countries and islands (including Hawaii). It's too early for much in the way of results, but the idea is spreading.

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