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Test 48 or 72 hours before flight when going to France via GVA

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Poster: A snowHead
Flying to GVA early Sunday morning, booked the test (pcr) for Friday afternoon to comply with both French and Swiss requirements.. test results is meant to arrive at 10 pm on Saturday but nervous that it might be delayed.

From some posts on here it seems that test are checked at the check in and Swiss border based on Swiss criteria and that people don’t get checked while in transfers from GVA to France
Has anyone been checked on entering France?

Considering whether it is worth changing the tests to Thursday to ensure the results definitely arrive but this would be outside of the French 48 hours windo but within the Swiss 73 hours one… any experience/advice?
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