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What is the purpose of the program?

The City and County of Honolulu has announced the COVID-19 mobile testing laboratory at the Honolulu International Airport. This partnership with the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii Consortium will help protect our residents and visitors alike while effectively restarting our economic engine. 


Who qualifies for pre-paid COVID-19 testing (proper credentials and IDs required)?

  1. Oahu residents (Must bring a valid Hawaii ID with an Oahu address with you to the test. Children may test for free if they are accompanied by a parent/guardian with an ID that meets these requirements)
  2. City & County of Honolulu First Responders
    • Honolulu Police Department
    • Honolulu Fire Department
    • Honolulu Emergency Services Department)
    • Family members of first responders living in the same household
  3. City & County Employee
    • Family members of C&C Employees living in the same household


How do I register for the COVID-19 test?

You must register via the following websites:

  1. Those who qualify for free testing: oahucitypass.lumisight.com
  2. Paid testing: kidneyhi.workplace.lumisight.com


Where are the testing locations and what are the hours?

  1. Daniel K. Inouye International Airport: Diamond Head Tour Group Area just past Baggage Claim 31

    Monday through Saturday (closed on Sunday): 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Open on holidays


Is parking available? Is it free?


  1. Daniel K. Inouye International Airport: There is ample paid parking available at the airport. People who are being tested may also be dropped off and picked up at the testing area just past baggage claim 31 at the Diamond Head Tour Group Bus area outside Terminal 2; however, parking is not permitted in this area.


How long does a PCR mid-turbinate test take?

The process takes only 3 to 4 minutes. It consists of a self-administered swabbing of each nostril for 15 seconds. Please be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to our closing time to help insure you are checked-in before closing.