Boris Johnson has been told to abandon the country’s “extremely complicated” traffic signal system in favor of a US-style one.

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Boris Johnson has been told to abandon the country’s “extremely complicated” traffic signal system in favor of a US-style one.

BORIS JOHNSON has been told to abandon the traffic light system and switch to an American travel system.

The present coronavirus traffic light system, according to PC Agency Chief Executive Paul Charles, should be abandoned. He claimed it was too convoluted and lacked credibility while speaking with Julia Hartley-Brewer of TalkRadio. Boris Johnson, he suggested, should create a more liberal American travel system.

He said that as a result, less tests will be conducted and Britons would be able to travel more easily.

“We should look at the American system, which is incredibly simple,” Mr Charles added.

“As an American citizen, if I am fully jabbed, I may travel to Kenya with ease; they are welcome me since I am fully jabbed and protected.

“They are living with covid; all I have to do now is complete a pre-departure exam before returning to the United States.

“It is then suggested that I take a test on day three after I have returned, although I am not required to.”

Mr. Charles expressed surprise that the British government had not embraced this technique.

He also highlighted why he believes the existing travel covid system should be abolished.

“It is a lot more liberal system,” he continued.

“I’m astonished that Boris Johnson, who is a liberal like so many of his ministers, isn’t using a similar method.

“I don’t believe this is the end of the story; we need to see this traffic signal system phased out right away.

“It’s far too convoluted, and it lacks credibility.”

“Let us go to an American-style system that also safeguards the nation because you are still tested, which is vital, but you are not performing as many tests.

“I hear that all the time from folks who say they can’t afford it.”

Ms Hartley-Brewer claimed that the government bear a greater share of the blame for the high costs of international testing.

“They don’t have to be as expensive as they are; the government could change that right now,” she remarked.

“They may argue that a government-approved test that costs more than 30 pounds is unacceptable.

“No one will obtain a test that costs more than 30 pounds after that.”

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