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U.S. aims to shorten quarantine time for New York-London travel: WSJ


An empty International Arrivals hall is pictured at Terminal Two of London Heathrow Airport in west London, on May 9, 2020.

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As the holiday season kicks in, U.S. officials are aiming to shorten the travel quarantine time for trips between New York City and London, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

Officials at the Transportation Department and the Department of Homeland Security are in talks to establish safe travel between the U.S. and international destinations by testing travelers before and after their flights for Covid-19 in an effort to shorten quarantine time, according to the Journal.

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