Airport rapid RT-PCR test now for 13% less at ₹3,900
The Times of India Mumbai|December 05, 2021
Based on the countries they have flown in from, passengers arriving at the airport are now segregated for further testing, keeping in line with the latest central government norms issued to track the Omicron variant.

Mumbai:

The good news for passengers who need to undergo a rapid RT-PCR test is that the airport has reduced the rate from Rs 4,500 to Rs 3,900. The new rates came into effect on Saturday.

On Friday, 6,732 international passengers landed at the airport. Out of this, 969 international arrival passengers underwent the RT-PCR test, of which 214 passengers took the standard RT-PCR test and 755 passengers opted for the rapid PCR test, said the MIAL.

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