A new travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong was supposed to kick off as of November 22. It ended up being postponed by at least a couple of weeks just hours before launch, and has now been delayed indefinitely.
One condition of this new travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong was that it could be suspended in the event that either destination saw an increase in untraced coronavirus cases. There was always the risk that this could eventually be called off, though most people probably didn’t expect that this would happen with launch.
So, where do we stand on that?
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