“The idea is, how do we make our passengers feel as safe and as comfortable as possible during these very unusual times,” says Ontario International Airport spokesperson Steve Lambert.
He acknowledges that even though the Centers for Disease Control has discouraged people from traveling, there are people who are going to travel anyway.
“Ontario Airport is going to handle 100,000 passengers during the Thanksgiving holiday,” he says.
The operation is run by Covid Clinic, which offers a variety of services, including tests for COVID-19 antibodies.
“It’s going to be nasal for this location, it’s only nasal. So depending on the type of test you’re getting it’s either going to be a nasal pharyngeal, which is