Omega, a coronavirus testing company that operates in conjunction with Rambam Medical Center, has been selected to set up screening laboratories at Ben-Gurion Airport, the Transportation Ministry announced Monday.The lab is expected to be set up within 45 days. Standard tests with results delivered within 14 hours will cost about NIS 45. Rapid results will be available for around NIS 135. The lab will be available to people traveling out of Israel to countries that require them to present a negative coronavirus test and to incoming passengers.Omega said it would establish a digital management system that will be available to users via their phones and computers through which they can book appointments and receive the results. The system will issue a medical passport in Hebrew and English.A drive-in testing center will be set up near Terminal 3.On Sunday, the coronavirus cabinet voted to expand the number of places to which Israelis can travel and return from without requiring isolation.The full list is Australia, Uruguay, United Arab Emirates, Ireland, Taiwan, Norway, Singapore, Portugal, Thailand, Austria, Italy, Estonia, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, Georgia, Germany, Denmark, Hong Kong, Hungary, Greece, Jordan, Latvia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Slovenia, Finland, Canada, Cyprus, Croatia and Rwanda.