The UK Government has reverted to the testing requirements in place before November 26th, which means travellers are not required to take a pre-departure test and a lateral flow test upon UK arrival on day two, with only those testing positive requiring a PCR test to assist with genomic sequencing. In a statement in response to UK Government changes to testing requirements, Shai Weiss, CEO, Virgin Atlantic said: “The removal of pre-departure testing before travel to the UK and costly PCR testing upon arrival is welcome progress and a necessary step towards frictionless air travel for our customers. Travellers can

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