Getting a COVID-19 airport test in Alaska is quick. Getting the results isn’t.

Airport testing in Alaska is quick. Getting the results isn’t. Alaska officials say it’s taking longer than they had hoped to process COVID-19 tests obtained at airports — meaning travelers may be having to quarantine longer than planned while they wait for results. The new state policy that went into effect this month allows passengers traveling to Alaska to forgo a 14-day quarantine if they test negative for COVID-19. One way to comply with the policy is to get a test at the airport upon landing and quarantine until a negative test result comes back.

Source: Anchorage Daily News

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