Talking Point: Is it fair to make unvaccinated travellers take two PCR tests upon return to the UK?

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Reports claim that unvaccinated travellers may soon have to take two PCR tests upon arrival in the UK.

Suggested as part of a strategy cracking down on jab refusers, the new rules could be included in the travel review expected tomorrow.

Unvaccinated travellers may also have to isolate for ten days.

Overall, the review is likely to see the relaxation of travel rules, with arrival PCR tests potentially being dropped for double-jabbed travellers.

But with many already having complained about the cost of PCR tests, do you think it’s fair that those who are unvaccinated might have to pay for two? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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