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New Private COVID-19 Screening Facility At KLIA Now Open

20th September 2021:

SEPANG – International passengers arriving at KL International Airport (KLIA) can now experience its new private COVID-19 screening facility that promises safe, convenient and efficient testing procedures. This Health Screening Centre started operating yesterday (19 September 2021) and is able to provide COVID-19 RTK, Rapid Molecular PCR and RT-PCR results within 15 minutes, 1 hour and 3 hours respectively, resulting in shorter wait times for passengers. This testing facility is available at five locations in KLIA Main Terminal and three at klia2. These 8 locations will start operating in stages with the first starting in Gate G1, KLIA Main Terminal. All locations feature comfortable lounges for passengers to relax while waiting for their test results.

Chairman of Malaysia Airports, Dato’ Seri Diraja Dr Zambry Abd Kadir said this new facility aims to ensure that the highest standards of services are maintained with the implementation of new travel SOPs. “We hope to further restore the confidence of passengers flying via our airports by enhancing the level of comfort and convenience throughout their journey. We have engaged the services of BP Clinical Lab, a top-class medical healthcare provider to run the Health Screening Centre which has been sanctioned by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and National Security Council. We will not compromise on the safety of our passengers. Enabling this new facility is part of our continuous efforts to host joyful connections whilst upholding all safety measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19. With the recently implemented Langkawi domestic travel bubble by the government last week, we look forward to the lifting of international travel restrictions in the near future. The private COVID-19 screening facility will certainly facilitate safe travel practices for the higher passenger volume when travel resumes.”

The Health Screening Centre will be able to accommodate about 45,000 passengers daily at both terminals. Upon disembarking, passengers who have opted to use this service will be ushered to the testing facility. At the facility, passengers can wait comfortably at lounges that are equipped with productivity tools such as Wi-Fi Internet access, portable WiFi rental and telecommunication SIM card, while indulging in the food and beverages that are on sale. Passengers undergoing the private testing can opt to pay via credit card, cash, online transfer or e-payment through https://airport.doctor2u.my/ by BP Clinical Lab.

To ensure excellent services to passenger, BP Clinical Lab has set up a world class and robust laboratory at KLIA complete with sample processing, extraction and amplification (PCR) room. The laboratory which was officially approved by MOH last month can handle more than 45,000 tests per day.

The services at the new facility are provided for a fee. The cost per passenger ranges between RM90 to RM370 for Malaysians and RM120 to RM470 for foreigners. This facility is open to all arriving passengers, nevertheless, passengers under certain categories determined by MOH i.e. B40, civil servants, persons with disabilities may get the screening test provided by MOH on a complimentary basis.

BP Clinical Lab is an established medical healthcare service provider who has conducted the COVID-19 test on more than 3.5 million people to date. The organisation has over 38 years’ experience in the industry and runs more than 120 outlets nationwide staffed by a large pool of medical personnel comprising qualified doctors and nurses. Its current health check system is also integrated with MySejahtera and SIMKA (owned by the National Public Health Laboratory to monitor outbreaks).

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