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Covid: ‘Test before travel’ plan in disarray as start date is postponed – The Independent

The first travellers to be affected were due to leave Singapore at 3.45pm GMT on Thursday, with no clarity on what test they would need



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The governments heavily promoted test before travel scheme is in disarray, with the starting date pushed back by three days.
The obligation for travellers to England to present an officially approved certificate of a negative Covid test was due to come into effect for arrivals after 4am on Friday meaning the first affected passengers were booked on flights departing on Thursday afternoon, British time.
By late on Wednesday night, with details of approved tests still unavailable, the transport secretary…

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