Hong Kong, Singapore in Talks Over Postponed Travel Bubble
(Bloomberg) -- Singapore said it’s in “close discussions” with Hong Kong over a postponed travel bubble.
“We will announce more details when ready,” Daniel Ng, director of air transport at the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, said in an emailed reply to questions.
The South China Morning Post reported Saturday that both cities are mulling extra safeguard measures for such an arrangement, adding that it’s still too early to say when it would begin.
The Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble, originally slated to begin in November last year, was postponed after a surge of new coronavirus infections in Hong Kong.
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