Singapore is still holding out hope for a travel bubble with Hong Kong, despite previous plans to launch one being foiled at the eleventh hour, the city state’s Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Wednesday.
“We hope that at some point, as we bring our infection down further, our bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore can be realised again,” Ong said.
Singapore is averaging around 1,600 to 2,000 new coronavirus cases each day, although most do not have any or only mild symptoms as 94 per cent of the eligible population is vaccinated.
Hong Kong has some of the world’s strictest quarantine measures and travel restrictions, with all returning residents required to self-isolate in a hotel room for at least 14 days.
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