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Singapore and Hong Kong push back their travel bubble again, this time beyond 2020 – CNBC

Both sides said they will review the arrangement again in late December to decide on a start date.

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SINGAPORE Singapore and Hong Kong have delayed the start of their bilateral “travel bubble” again deferring the plan beyond 2020, authorities from both cities said on Tuesday.
The latest postponement followed an earlier decision to push back the launch of the air travel bubble by two weeks, after Hong Kong reported a resurgence in new Covid-19 cases. Inaugural flights under the arrangement which initially allowed travelers to skip quarantine was supposed to start on Nov. 22.
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