After being closed for over a year, Heathrow Airport has re-opened Terminal 3 for the arrivals of travellers from red-list countries.
From today, all passengers arriving from flights from red list countries will only transit through Terminal 3. This was announced as part of Heathrow’s plan to continue protecting the public, especially with the growing risk of new variants. This has become particularly prevalent following the rapid number of cases from the Indian variant.
With NESA Robotics, Heathrow introduced UVD Robots into their terminals as part of their heightened cleaning protocols during the first lockdown. Two additional robots have just been deployed into the terminal.
The robots are continuing to be used at night to disinfect the terminals, even making a star appearance on ITV’s Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport.
The UVD Robot kills 99.9999% of all bacteria and viruses on surfaces and in the air, including hard to reach areas.
The use of the robot has also led Heathrow to receive a 4-Star Skytax COVID-19 Safety Rating.
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