Brisbane Airport closed one of its last COVID-19 testing clinic at the airport. During the pandemic, two health providers operated COVID testing clinics in the airport, testing a combined 147,244 passengers over the last 18 months. This closure comes on the heels of an announcement from the World Health Organization that COVID-19 no longer represents a global health emergency. “The closure of this clinic marks a symbolic end to the pandemic which had disrupted domestic and international travel over the past three years,” the airport said. Stephen Beckett, Head of Public Affairs, Brisbane Airport said: “The closure of the clinics and removal

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