YesterdayThe Telegraph launched its Test4Travel campaign for accessible airport testing at all airports and ports in time for Christmas. The aim is to get business and leisure travel moving again safely by removing the 14-day quarantine. But it doesn’t come without its challenges. If testing was to be implemented on a national, or even bi-lateral scale, how would it work?
As with all things Covid-19 related, the response has been a cross-government effort
On March 17, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (now the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) advised against all non-essential international travel due to the pandemic and border restrictions put in place by other countries. This was lifted on June 8 but all travellers to the UK were required to self-isolate for 14 days and fill out a passenger locator form. Border Force carried out, and continue to carry out, spot checks at