2000 pesos is a good price,, same as the lab I went to,, but its the antigen.. What happens if its a false positive at airport? Suggest you do it offsite BEFORE you travel and that way you KNOW you are travelling the day of your flight.. If you test positive on the antigen,, then you need the PCR (and maybe a doctor)from what i was reading this could be an airline requirement as the cdc says fully vaccinated travelers don,t need the tests? i see a lot of conflicting reports . i hear that airport charges 2000 pesos and they don,t even check it in miami? sounds like typical double talk all the way arround and this will not help getting the tourists back to the dr.