Singapore, Hong Kong call off travel bubble for 2nd time as COVID-19 cases surge in Singapore


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0 9 Tourism in Hong Kong has suffered from a double whammy of political unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic. (PHOTO: Matt Driskill) Singapore and Hong Kong announced on Monday (17 May) that the two Asian financial centres would once again postpone a travel bubble as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Singapore. The latest bubble, which would have allowed quarantine-free travel between the two cities, was supposed to start on 26 May. The latest delay follows on from last year when the two cities had set up a travel bubble that was supposed to happen in November 2020. That one...