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The long awaited travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong, originally due to launch last November, will begin in May.
The plan for quarantine travel will start on 26th May despite reports over the weekend that it would be delayed yet again.
This is the third attempt to start the travel bubble which was delayed in November last year and earlier this year due to spikes in Covid-19 cases in Hong Kong.
The travel bubble will begin with one flight per day each way, with up to 200 travellers on each flight. The news was announced earlier today by Singapore Transport Minister Ong Ye Ku and Hong Kong Commerce Secretary Edward Yau.
Travellers must test negative for Covid-19 before departure and on arrival. Residents from Hong Kong must have received both doses of a Covid vaccine at least 14 days prior to departure.
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