With the support of Genève Aéroport and in collaboration with the canton, m3 SANITRADE will open on 15 February 2021 a COVID-19 screening centre located at Terminal T2 of the airport. Available to the population and passengers from 04:15 to 19:00, seven days a week, this centre offers to perform both the rapid antigen test and the PCR test. Only condition: having made an appointment online (https://www.m3-test.ch/) or by telephone (022 809 07 35) with m3 SANITRADE.
Its primary mission is to provide the Geneva population with easy access to the test on the Right Bank. Anyone requiring a test within the framework of the FOPH test criteria will be able to have a test at this new site.
This test centre will also be available to passengers departing from the airport. Passengers are advised to check their travel conditions with their airline. COVID-19 tests are carried out by duly trained staff in the check-in area of the former T2 Terminal at Genève Aéroport.
m3 SANITRADE’s offer includes the rapid antigen test. Performed on site, it allows you to get a result in fifteen minutes. The centre also offers the PCR test. Carried out in partnership with a Geneva laboratory, the result of this test is obtained within 24 to 36 hours. In the event of a negative test, passengers are issued with a travel certificate.
Tests for people with symptoms or on presentation of proof from the cantonal doctor's department or notification from the Swisscovid application are free (covered by the Confederation).
Tests for Genève Aéroport passengers are offered at the rate of CHF 65 for the rapid antigen test and CHF 150 for the PCR test. For passengers, payment is made directly on site.
The rapid antigen and PCR tests are carried out by appointment through a dedicated site (https://www.m3-test.ch/) or by telephone (022 809 07 35). Access to these two services is determined by a questionnaire to be completed beforehand, when making an appointment.
As a reminder, m3 SANITRADE set up a first COVID-19 screening centre in November 2020. Located opposite the Eaux-Vives train station in Geneva, it allows the Geneva population to carry out screening tests (rapid and PCR tests).
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