An Airport in India has reduced the rate of RT-PCR test to detect Covid-19 infection. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) in Mumbai has reduced the price of RT-PCR test. The rate has been reduced by 30% to Rs.600. The new charges re effective from April 1. Earlier it was priced at Rs.850. CSIMA announced this on Friday.
Earlier, Maharashtra state government has reduced the rate of RT-PCR tests, rapid antigen and antibody tests. The RT-PCR test at a laboratory or hospital now costs Rs 600 from Rs 850 earlier, and Rs 150 for a rapid antigen test.
At present the CSIMA hosts three facilities at Terminal 2. It has established over 30 counters of testing facilities at the terminal for international and domestic passengers.