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The much-hyped Hong Kong-Singapore ‘travel bubble’ is postponed amid Covid-19 spike – CNN

The highly-anticipated Hong Kong and Singapore “air travel bubble” was postponed Saturday — less than 24 hours before it was due to launch.

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Nectar Gan, Akanksha Sharma and Pauline Lockwood, CNNPublished 22nd November 2020
(CNN) The highly-anticipated Hong Kong and Singapore “air travel bubble” was postponed Saturday — less than 24 hours before it was due to launch.
The bubble would have allowed quarantine-free, air travel between the two Asian hubs. But a spike in coronavirus infections in Hong Kong means the arrangement will be postponed for two weeks, said Edward Yau, Hong Kong’s secretary for commerce and economic development, at…

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