The UK should drop segregation for those from low-risk countries

© Reuters. File photo: John Holland-Kay, CEO of Heathrow Airport in London

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“We need a new level between yellow and green (risk levels), there is less concern, but there are still some issues, and we may have to test before boarding the plane, we can test after arrival, but without the need for isolation,” he told the BBC. Said on the radio.

“That’s the big change we need to see: moving from isolation to primary control.”

(Written by William Schomberg; edited by Andrew Max; translated by Flora Gomez in the Gdansk newsroom)

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