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Green and amber list countries travellers won’t face Covid check

The Home Office stated airlines were still legally obligated to manage a series of Covid checks.

Green and amber list countries travellers won't face Covid check

A report mentioned that travellers landing in England from green and amber lists countries will no longer suffer Covid check. A memo confirmed electronic border gates will no longer assign passengers to in-person checks by Border Force officers if a traveller locator form is not found.

Green and amber list countries travellers won’t face Covid check

A passenger locator form uses to trace and track people who may have contact with someone with Covid. The form used by authorities. Lucy Moreton, of the ISU trade union, approved the reported memo was right.

Covid check revoked, the line times will decrease

Ms Moreton stated that this action will decrease the line times and positively verbal abuse to Border Force staff will lessen.

Last week, Heathrow Terminal 5 had long lines from travellers which are shown by images. Some people even submitted they should wait for up to six hours to get through the border.

A spokeswoman for the airport said, “Earlier today we encountered some passenger overcrowding in Terminal 5 departures, due to associates being commanded to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace.

She also revealed that the airport has added some members to help travellers with their visits and the operation has now back to normal. “We apologise to our passengers for any inconvenience caused,” added a spokeswoman.

Covid check revoked, make the spread harder to recognise?

On the other side, Layla Moran, the Liberal Democrat chair of the all-party parliamentary group on coronavirus thought that those actions will make the spread is harder to recognise. It will also make the variants put out from abroad is harder.

The Home Office stated airlines were still legally obligated to manage a series of Covid checks.

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