Heathrow Airport warns of “quarantine roulette”


LONDON: Heathrow Airport, once Europe’s busiest airport, called on Britain to urgently back a passenger testing regime, warning that without one, the country’s strict quarantine rules will stop travel, stall the economy and lead to more job losses. Heathrow said that to avoid losing a game of global “quarantine roulette”, the government should change its rules to cut quarantine from 14 days to around eight days for passengers who take two tests over the course of a week.