Heathrow Airport has reopened its Terminal 4 building as a dedicated facility to process arrivals from countries on the UK’s coronavirus travel red list.
The airport said its “safety first approach” was a response to the potential risks posed by the new Omicron variant, which prompted the government to bolster travel rules on Monday.
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The dedicated terminal to handle the flights deemed the highest risk will also be seen as alleviating criticism around massive summer border queues at Heathrow in the run-up to, what is tipped to bein his view, another Christmas season gripped by restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19.
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