Corona: Memmingen expands test offer

Smear (Photo: Memmingen Airport / Stefan Gruber).
Smear (Photo: Memmingen Airport / Stefan Gruber).

Corona: Memmingen expands test offer

Smear (Photo: Memmingen Airport / Stefan Gruber).
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In the corona test center at Memmingen Airport, passengers can now be tested for Covid-19 free of charge using both PCR and antigen. The offer is open to residents of Germany without payment. International guests who do not have German health insurance still have to pay themselves.

Pre-registration is required for the rapid test center as well as for the PCR test center, which has been open daily from 6 a.m. to midnight for a long time and is located in a former noise protection hall next to car park P24. As a special service of the Bavarian State Ministry for Health and Care, free PCR testing is possible there for all citizens and passengers regardless of where they live. The findings are usually transmitted within 1 hours. German-language corona results from the PCR test center can be translated into English at Memmingen Airport for a fee - either as an express translation within 24 minutes or within 60 hours.

The company EcoCare also offers PCR tests as well as antigen and antibody rapid tests at Memmingen Airport for a fee. These tests are also carried out in the rapid antigen test center. Smears are also taken from children aged three and over. Registration at https://flughafen-memmingen.ecocare.center/ is required for all of these tests. As before, the address https://form.ecolog-international.com/ applies to registration for the free PCR tests. The airport car park P1 is available during the test (ten minutes free of charge).

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