Hong Kong, Singapore in talks again over postponed travel bubble
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Hong Kong, Singapore in talks again over postponed travel bubble

Containers carrying Sinovac Biotech coronavirus disease vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific Airways aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport on Friday. (Reuters photo)

HONG KONG: Hong Kong and Singapore are in discussion again over the postponed travel bubble, with both cities mulling extra safeguards amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A government source said authorities on both sides were in talks over the arrangement, but it was still too early to say when it would begin, the South China Morning Post has learned.

The quarantine-free travel arrangement, touted at the time as the world’s first, was initially set for last Nov 22 but put on hold…

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