Travel rule change delayed by lateral flow test shortage

“Travellers need a testing system they can rely on, meaning that tests are easy to access, affordable, and that they will receive a reliable service from their provider. The government must ensure that any changes to the system – including replacing PCR tests with lateral flow tests – ensure this”.

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