Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE
Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong third wave: Covid-19 travel bubbles may require flights to forgo transit passengers, commerce minister says

  • Edward Yau stresses caution necessary in talks with potential travel partners, including need for testing at both ends of journey
  • The commerce minister also addresses ongoing row over ‘Made-in-China’ label, asking what message US is sending by ‘not following the rules’

Topic |   Hong Kong travel bubble
Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE
Eliminating transit passengers on some flights may be necessary to create travel bubbles, commerce secretary Edward Yau says. Photo: EPA-EFE
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