CLEVELAND (WOIO) - COVID-19 testing is now available to the public at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, the City of Cleveland said in its daily update Tuesday.
The tests, which are administered by TACKL Health, send travelers, visitors and airport staff results to their phone as soon as 15 minutes after they’re tested.
Testing is voluntary; Cleveland Hopkins Airport is not requiring travelers to show proof of a COVID-19 test.
TACKL Health workers give the tests in four private rooms.
You can schedule a test here.
The rapid antigen test costs $95 and give results within 15 minutes; PCR tests, which give results in 24 to 48 hours, cost $135. You can get both tests for $175.
Testing is on the public side of the airport and is open to anybody who wants a test.
Tests are available from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week near the information desk on the ticketing level.