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MONTREAL (Reuters) - A U.N.-led aviation task force aims to make a recommendation by late October on the use of COVID-19 testing to reduce long quarantine requirements that have decimated air travel, two sources said, following a meeting of the group on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Passengers practice 'social distancing' at a main Miami International Airport terminal after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) temporarily halted flights arriving at New York City airports due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Miami, Florida, U.S., March 21, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria. Airlines and airports have asked the task force to recommend countries accept a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) te... Full story

7 days ago, 16 September