By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Starting next week, Coronavirus testing will be available for passengers traveling through Pittsburgh International Airport.

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The airport says that in a partnership with TACKL Health, the testing will be made available starting on December 21.

TACKL Health will have a clinic located in Concourse A, where PCR tests can be performed for $129 and rapid antigen tests can be performed for $95.

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Both tests can be performed for $175. No insurance will be accepted.

Rapid antigen test results can be given in 15 minutes, while PCR test results will come back in 24-48 hours on average.

Test results will be send to passengers via an app that is downloaded.

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For more information about testing and to schedule an appointment when traveling through the airport, click here.