“We strongly believe that testing is an integral part of a multi-layered approach to safe travel around the world,” Aaron McMillan, the United Nations’s policy director and spokesman. “The pilot program will ensure that, importantly, everyone aboard the ship is only negatively tested for Covid-19.”
The four-week trial will begin Nov. 16 at United Flight 14, departing London Heathrow from Newark Liberty International Airport three times a week. United (UAL)
Passengers say passengers must arrive at least three hours before 7am, 7am to get the fast-needed Abbott ID Now test, which the United Nations says results within 20 minutes. The United Nations says those tested for coronavirus will be allowed to take off. Optimists will be isolated by the doctor and will receive a refund or reservation at a later date.
“It would be a requirement for everyone on board to have that negative test result before the flight,” McMillan said.
Although the move does not allow tourists arriving in the UK to cross the 14-day mandatory detention, the United Nations hopes the trial will prove evidence.
A statement from the company said: “The United Nations will share the client feedback of the pilot with both Atlantic governments to further demonstrate the effectiveness of these programs as an alternative to the necessary quarantine or travel restrictions.”
Last week, the aviation industry sent a letter to the Trump Administration urging the federal government to standardize pre-departure virus testing and follow-up contacts to ease restrictions that “judge our industry.”