Coronavirus testing site opens at Boston’s Logan Airport


Medical Assistant Aneka Gopaulsingh administers a swab to Julian Bernstein at the new XpresCheck COVID-19 testing facility at Boston Logan International Airport, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, in Boston. The testing site is open for airport and airline employees, and will open to passengers and the general public in mid-November. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

BOSTON (AP) — Boston’s Logan Airport has its first coronavirus testing site.

The site that opened Wednesday is in Terminal E and is operated by health and wellness company XpresSpa Group.

It will be for airport and airline employees at first but will start testing travelers in mid-November.

The facility will offer a quick test that returns results within 15 minutes; a nasal swab test; and a blood antibody test.

It will be able to process about 400 tests a day.

The company already operates coronavirus testing facilities at Kennedy International Airport in New York and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.

Coronavirus: Latest Headlines

Coronavirus: Coverage and Resources

COVID-19 Tracking: Maps, Charts, Interactive Data | Projection Models | Find a Testing Site Near You | School Updates | Latest Headlines

RI Coronavirus Hotline: (401) 222-8022 | Work-Related Questions: (401) 462-2020 | Mental Health Assistance: (401) 414-5465

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Download Mobile Apps from WPRI 12
DOWNLOAD APPS NOW: Apple App Store | Google Play Store

Dan Yorke State of Mind: Dan's Daily Update

DYSOM 11/4/20:Joe Cammarano, Political Science Professor, Providence College

More Dan Yorke State of Mind

Don't Miss

Viewer Pa on


More Live Cams

The Border Report Tour

More Border Report Tour