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Muscat International Airport invites 150 volunteers to be part of operational readiness test

TAS News Service
September 22, 2020 9:05 pm

MUSCAT: Ahead of the reopening of airports in the country, Oman Airports has invited citizens and residents to take part in a trial for testing operational readiness of Muscat International Airport on Friday, September 25.

In a statement issues, Oman Airports said it will be conducting health screening procedures and COVID-19 testing for all arriving passengers as part of the trial.

“We are inviting 150 volunteers to undergo the full arrival process including: registration, immigration, COVID-19 PCR tests (nasal swabs), and exit through the baggage claim hall. In the afternoon, we will be testing our drive-through COVID-19 testing facility with the help of a smaller number of volunteers,” the statement said.

As part of the trial, volunteers will receive a free PCR test (worth OMR 25), with the result communicated to within 24 hours.

Click here to register to become a volunteer.

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