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PCR検査結果が遅くとも5時間で確認できる新施設を設置したロ・・・


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151438969
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PCR検査結果が遅くとも5時間で確認できる新施設を設置したロス空港=米カリフォルニア州_Los Angeles airport lab offers rapid Covid-19 tests for travelers
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2021年1月1日
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アメリカ合衆国
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With coronavirus cases surging in California,Los Angeles International Airport is unveiling on New Year's Eve a new rapid testing facility. The purpose-built lab,the first of its kind for airports,offers Covid-19 tests that are administered and processed on site,for 125 dollars each,with results available within three to five hours. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES - COMPLETES VIDI8XZ3MVEN - Justin Erbacci,CEO,Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)
- Julio Sandoval,traveler who needs a test to fly to San Salvador
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LOS ANGELES,CALIFORNIA,UNITED STATESDECEMBER 31,2020SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (01:49)1. Wide shot Covid-19 testing lab across Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 62. Mid shot facilities where the lab has been set up3. Close-up facilities where the lab has been set up4. Mid shot umbrellas above the waiting area5. Pan left LAX Terminal 6 to lab6. Low angle shot people walking past the lab7. Mid shot lab as seen through a fence8. Mid shot people lining up to get tested9. Close-up man talking to a lab worker at a booth10. Wide shot interior of the lab as seen through a door window11. Mid shot interior of the lab as seen through a door window12. Mid shot lab booths13. Mid shot people waiting in line14. Wide shot people waiting in line15. Mid shot people waiting in line16. Mid shot luggage17. Mid shot sign outside the lab asking people to practice social distancing18. Wide shot Los Angeles World Airports CEO Justin Erbacci (SB 1&2) talking to journalists19. Close-up Justin Erbacci talking to journalists20. Mid shot travellers at LAX airport21. Wide shot LAX airport22. SOUNDBITE 1 - Justin Erbacci,CEO,Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) (male,English,18 sec): "We worked with our partners here and they have actually configured containers that you see behind us so they can have the lab right here,where they're doing the analysis of the swabs that they take,and that's what allows them to turn it (the results,ed) around so fast."23. SOUNDBITE 2 - Justin Erbacci,CEO,Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) (male,English,16 sec): "The solution is in place mainly for passengers,either before they depart or upon arrival,and we also make it available to the employees,all the different workers here at the airport in case they need to have a test done."24. SOUNDBITE 3 - Julio Sandoval,traveler who needs a test to fly to San Salvador (male,English,12 sec): "It was pretty simple. I made my appointment online and I showed up. They took me right in,checked me in and did the quick test so it was pretty smooth."

///AFP TEXT STORY:
FACTS-newseriesCoronavirus: Latest global developments ATTENTION - UPDATES throughout ///Paris,Dec 31,2020 (AFP) - Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis:
- Lockdown New Year -
The world ushers in the New Year,with pandemic controls muting celebrations for billions of people from Sydney to Paris. Firework displays and live performances are cancelled or at best watched online or on television.
- 'Difficult times' -
The coronavirus dominates traditional New Year messages from world leaders.Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks of "difficult times" for Germany saying the "historic" coronavirus crisis will extend into 2021 even if vaccines bring some hope. Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledges that a second wave of infections continues to batter the country but urges Russians "not to retreat in the face of difficulties,to preserve our unity".
- China approves jab -
China grants "conditional" market approval to a Sinopharm vaccine with a reported 79 percent efficacy rate against Covid-19,a major stride towards inoculating the world's largest population.
- English field hospitals -
England prepares to reopen its Nightingale field hospitals as a surge in cases of the new strain of coronavirus has put pressure on hospital beds.Seven Nightingale hospitals were opened across England during the first wave of the virus at an estimated cost of £220 million ($300 million,245 million euros),some in exhibition centres. Other parts of the UK built similar facilities.
- South Africa variant -
France detects its first case of a South African variant of coronavirus,in a man who had returned from the country to his home in the Haut-Rhin region which borders Switzerland.
- 1.8 million dead -
The coronavirus has killed at least 1,806,072 people since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019,according to an AFP tally on Thursday based on official sources.More than 82 million cases have been registered.The United States is the worst-affected country with 342,414 deaths,followed by Brazil with 193,875 and India with 148,738.The tallies are based on daily tolls provided by health authorities in each country and exclude later re-evaluations by statistical organisations,as has happened in Russia,Spain and Britain.
- India curfews -
New Delhi and other major cities across India order curfews for New Year's Eve. In the capital,the curfew will run for two days from 11:00 pm until 6:00 am,with gatherings limited to five people even before the shutdown.
- Japan record -
Tokyo reports over 1,300 new coronavirus infections,a daily record,as officials warn that a state of emergency might be needed to tackle spiking cases and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga held emergency talks with ministers.
- Belgian Santa suspect -
At least 26 residents of a Belgian retirement home have died since a visit by a volunteer dressed as Santa Claus who has since tested positive for Covid-19.burs/jmy/erc
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