If you’re traveling to Orlando anytime soon, then keep in mind that Orlando International Airport (MCO) is making safety a priority.
The MCO airport has added another layer to the health and safety procedures already in place. At its monthly meeting today, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Board approved a new safety plan. The intent is to offer access to a COVID-19 testing clinic at MCO. The pilot program is a collaboration with AdventHealth Centra Care. The testing clinic is being set up as a part of the concession program. It will be located pre-security on the airport’s third level. It will provide a convenient testing opportunity for both travelers and the airport employee base, as well as the Central Florida community.
“We have partnered with one of the largest health care providers in Central Florida in order to ensure a safe operating environment at the Aviation Authority facilities,” said Phil Brown, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority CEO. “As travel increases, with certain destinations requiring COVID-19 testing prior to arrival, having an on-site clinic will enable us to better serve our customers and the community.”
Hearing about the emphasis on health protocols is great for helping travelers feel safe.
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