‘Significant gaps’ in Covid hotel quarantine plans, says Heathrow

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UK’s biggest airport expresses concern that policy is not ready two days before it comes into force

The UK’s biggest airport has expressed concern that the government’s hotel quarantine policy is not ready, 48 hours before it is due to be launched.

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From Monday travellers arriving in the UK from 33 “red list” countries must isolate in a hotel room for 10 days at their own expense, but a spokesperson for Heathrow airport said “some significant gaps remain” before the policy could be effectively carried out.

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