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Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Inc. Offers International Travel COVID-19 Testing Site at International Market Place in Waīkikī


Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Inc. (DLS) is now offering fast and convenient COVID-19 testing at International Market Place for those planning international travel. All testing meets government requirements for those traveling to Japan, Korea and other destinations.

The DLS Rapid Response Vehicle is available to visitors and Hawai‘i residents that need to test for travel purposes only. Those testing for symptoms or exposure are encouraged to visit a Queen’s Island Urgent Care location.

“As the largest locally owned lab in Hawai‘i, Diagnostic Laboratory Services recognizes the importance of tourism,” said DLS Vice President of Business Development Garan Ito. “Through this convenient testing location at International Market Place in Waikīkī, we are doing our part to make it safe and easy to travel to and from Hawai‘i.”

“Supporting healthcare initiatives is another way in which we strive to honor the legacy of Queen Emma, whose mission was to provide healthcare services to improve the well-being of the people of Hawai‘i,” said Malia Zannoni, marketing and sponsorship director, International Market Place. “We are pleased to partner with DLS among the growing list of services and conveniences we provide.”

DLS administers tests and processes the same-day results out of a Rapid Response Vehicle that is located on the third floor of the valet parking deck at International Market Place. The testing site is now open from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. No appointment is needed. Same-day results do not apply to non-rapid PCR and confirmatory tests. Payment is required at the time of testing. Parking validation is provided with the purchase of a COVID test. For more information, visit

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