Journey, Tourism & Hospitality New portal permits travellers to e book Covid-19 assessments world wide
Pure Health, the largest laboratory operator in the GCC, has set up a platform for travelers from all countries, on which Covid-19 tests can be booked before travel and carried out from anywhere in the world.
The new portal www.preflighttest.com comprises a network of 1,284 accredited laboratories worldwide.
The portal lists the approved laboratories in each country so that passengers can easily book the tests. Outgoing passengers to and from one of the empaneled countries can register for the verification on the portal by entering their details such as country, city and preferred laboratory into the portal.
Pramodh BN, Head of Commercial Operations at Pure Health, said: “We are excited to be working with international airlines and airport operators on this initiative that aims to enable people to travel safely and with peace of mind to any destination that has a negative PCR-Covid- 19 status. In all of these countries, we have made Covid-19 screening easier for outgoing passengers, who can book an appointment in the listed, accredited laboratories that are accepted by the relevant airlines and health authorities. “
“Passengers can register via the portal and use the service. In addition, laboratories can update and report the results in selected countries, ”he added.
Pure Health has built the world’s largest network of laboratory partners and has the largest Covid-19 testing capacity in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia with the capacity to run 80,000 RT-PCR tests and 110,000 laboratory-based antibody tests on a daily basis.
The company is a pioneering healthcare solution provider and one of the largest laboratory networks in the world with 118 laboratories and over 1000 healthcare workers across the country.
At the beginning of this year, Pure Health, in cooperation with the Federal Agency for Identity and Citizenship (FAIC) of the United Arab Emirates, launched an online portal on which passengers traveling to the United Arab Emirates can access Covid via an approved network from their home countries -19 can have laboratory equipment tested. – – TradeArabia News Service