…….[A] submission to the taskforce from Caircraft — a group of aviation and medical experts — shows how it could be done. As Caircraft points out, “by its own admission, government quarantine policy has failed”. Its paper cites a “confidential” government report, indicating “a compliance rate of 18 per cent”. Nick Dyne, the Caircraft boss, says any testing policy has to meet four criteria: “difficult to avoid”, “not competing with” government testing resources, “logistically possible” and “affordable”.
Full article by Business Commentary – Times (Alistair Osborne): https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/testing-route-to-openthe-airways-again-jq7l5ckx2