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passengers at airports in the UK could soon be able to have the same kind of saliva-swab-test used by the NHS to screen for coronavirus.
The Company , which is planning a study of the scheme in the hope that a negative result is the early release from the government is the 14-day quarantine. to pay
the people have to £140 for a test, online reservation prior to the trip.
the government Said The quarantine system aims to ensure that the transmission rate down and prevent a second wave.
The goal is to test the first 500 passengers A Day .
Under the proposals, passengers visiting an airport clinic after the immigration, would be to isolate, in an audit, in and of itself, At Home , until you get the result.
A negative result could be as little as five hours. However, the goal will be to inform each participant within 24 hours.'Win-Win'
Jason Holt, the chief of the ground handling company Swissport UK, which is one of two companies involved described the System as a "win-win".
nurses of The Airport rip-off is to perform samples to the clinics run by medical company Collinson.
The Company says the study is about "changing" the quarantine.Greece is one of the countries to introduce smear Tests for the passengers at the airports
The two companies Are in negotiations with several airports in the UK and the government.
But the Ministers have not yet been confirmed, people get a "negative" result is not self-isolate, for the Rest of your Two Weeks .
"is The critical thing, the consent of the government," Said Scott Sunderman, Director of medical and safety technology-support in the case of Collinson.
another study, which began by Swissport, in Jersey airport Channel Islands earlier this month.
The UK's 14-day quarantine policy, through surprise visits and fines, has been described by some aviation-industry bosses.
the official rates for countries with low infection.
it would allow to avoid passengers in both directions between the UK and certain countries, that they isolate themselves after each trip.