Travel restrictions are a hot topic at the moment with pretty much every country in the world introducing measures to curb COVID infections from foreign travel.
Although the restrictions can often be confusing and are subject to change, one common feature is requiring a negative test or proof of vaccination for entry at the border.
But these tests can often be expensive, costing as much as £175 (€205), and there are concerns that passengers are committing test fraud.
In November last year seven people were arrested at Charles de Gaulle airport, France, for having 200 fake COVID test certificates on their phones.
In a similar incident at Luton airport in the UK, a
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