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45 minutes ago, Soidog said:

Do you know what would happen regarding the 72 hour test if you arrive at a gate for a connecting flight after this has expired?

No problem. The clock is relative to your initial departure. The clock starts when they put the swab up your nose and expires 72 hours later. The Start Time is usually listed as the "Sample Collection Time" or similar. The big concern would be a delay in your departing flight but if you checked in on time I think you'd be good to go. I try to get the tests done about 2 days ahead (the place I go is 24-36 hours for results) to give me a little wiggle room.

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1 hour ago, JamesE said:

I try to get the tests done about 2 days ahead (the place I go is 24-36 hours for results) to give me a little wiggle room.

It still feels all a little tight to me. Get it done 09:00 Monday, so have to depart 09:00 Thursday. Hopefully you get your test back no later than Tuesday evening I guess. But if not then you have to start calling them Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning only to be told there’s no record of your test 😱. Nightmare. No thanks. 

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