IATA travel pass app now works with Selangkah’s partner clinics


Local air travellers can now use the IATA travel pass ‘digital passport’ by getting tested through recognised Selangkah partner clinics and laboratories. — SAMUEL ONG/The Star

Locals planning to travel by air can now get verification that they’re safe to travel, a process that can be done seamlessly from booking a test to displaying certified results, all in an app.

Selangkah Ventures Sdn Bhd (SVSB) announced that the International Air Transport Association (IATA) had authorised its partner clinics and laboratories to issue certified Covid-19 test results that can be used for the IATA Travel Pass programme.

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