BBC News – Coronavirus: Expert says Scotland ‘could be Covid-free by end of summer’ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-53192024 But once Virus free how does Scotland create a protective shield? Could bilateral agreements of testing on departure be it at an airport or in a test centre in England be a way forward? The test could be linked toContinue reading “BBC News: Coronavirus: Expert says Scotland ‘could be Covid-free by end of summer’”
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LAMP Testing at Airports, the breakthrough travel needs
Testing has been the cornerstone of most countries response to COVID-19 containment. The current most used technique is Polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The issue is it can take 4-24 hours to get a result, requires laboratories, skilled staff and lots of reagents and can cost north of $100 a test. Blood, or serology based testing,Continue reading “LAMP Testing at Airports, the breakthrough travel needs”
Travel to restart? or will it be stopped in its tracks?
The travel sector desperately needs to get on the move. The GDP of so many economies depends on it. But there will be huge media scrutiny if in destinations where there have been no to little infections and deaths suddenly have outbreaks. The finger will be pointed fair and square at aviation and Government policies.Continue reading “Travel to restart? or will it be stopped in its tracks?”
The search for speed and accuracy
The travel sector has been massively hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Short of a globally administered vaccination there seems little the industry can do to mitigate the impact. Indeed aviation is often pointed at as being a big part of the problem. Spot solutions such as deep cleaning, thermal cameras, self declarations and quarantine onContinue reading “The search for speed and accuracy”