Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters
Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Coronavirus: Soon, Hong Kong may set up ‘travel bubbles’ and even slowly bring back travel for leisure

  • It will be a long time before the world as a whole goes back to its old travel habits – maybe not until well into next year. But it does not have to mean we must all be stuck in Hong Kong for another 12 or 18 months

Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters
Two pilots are seated at a nearly deserted Hong Kong International Airport on May 7. A proposed “travel bubble” could allow relatively small numbers of people to travel among these territories without being quarantined. Photo: Reuters
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