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The federal government reported the flights arrived between Sept. 1 and 11, and originated from places including Mexico, United States, Poland, Germany, India, and Jamaica.The federal government reported the flights arrived between Sept. 1 and 11, and originated from places including Mexico, United States, Poland, Germany, India, and Jamaica.

Passengers on dozens of flights that landed at Toronto Pearson airport test positive for coronavirus - Toronto | Globalnews.ca

Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport is now the first airport in the country to have an on-site testing lab for Covid 19. It is meant for all incoming international passengers. ​Who is it for?Delhi's Indira Gandhi International airport is now the first airport in the country to have an on-site testing lab for Covid 19. It is meant for all incoming international passengers. ​Who is it for?

Delhi's IGI becomes first Indian airport to have on-site Covid test lab - ​Who is it for? | The Economic Times

The number is over six times the passenger footfall of about 3,000 when the airport resumed commercial operations on May 26, after two months due to COVID-19 induced lockdown.The number is over six times the passenger footfall of about 3,000 when the airport resumed commercial operations on May 26, after two months due to COVID-19 induced lockdown.

Hyderabad Airport Witnesses Six Fold Surge in Passenger Footfall Since Domestic Flight Resumption

Bradley International Airport, hit with plunging air passenger traffic in the pandemic, is seriously considering a drive-through COVID-19 testing site at the airport,Bradley International Airport, hit with plunging air passenger traffic in the pandemic, is seriously considering a drive-through COVID-19 testing site at the airport,

Bradley International Airport may add COVID-19 testing for arriving passengers - Hartford Courant

The Ghana Airports Company Limited, after a meeting with international airlines operating in the country, has deferred the implementation of the “No Payment, No Entry” policy for all in-bound passengers.The Ghana Airports Company Limited, after a meeting with international airlines operating in the country, has deferred the implementation of the “No Payment, No Entry” policy for all in-bound passengers.

Coronavirus test at Kotoka Airport: ‘No Payment, No Entry’ policy deferred