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Ticket, Passport, Blood Sample: Soon You’ll Have to Prove Your Health to Everyone

Get ready for Gattaca

A health worker takes a blood sample on a mobile coronavirus testing unit in Cologne, Germany. Photo: NurPhoto/Getty Images

On April 15, passengers bound to Tunisia from Dubai International Airport were tested for Covid-19 right in the terminal. In doing so, Emirates becomes the first airline to conduct rapid tests for passengers, providing results in 10 minutes.




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