Singapore is planning to announce a travel bubble with Australia as early as next week to allow some travellers to visit quarantine-free from November.
Main picture Changi Airport, Singapore credit Lucas Law on Unsplash
The plan was confirmed by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison who suggested that fully vaccinated business travellers and students would be able to visit.
Suggestions are that the bubble could begin from 23rd November when Qantas plans to resume flights between the two countries.
The hopes are that tourists would be able to start travelling from some point in December.
Australia only currently allows travel to and from New Zealand, although even those arrangements have been suspended on a number of occassions.
Earlier this week Singapore welcomed the first arrivals from the UK and the Netherlands under the expanded Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) scheme.
Source: BBC & The Straits Times
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