Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang
Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble unlikely for now, but commerce minister urges patience, says vaccines offer sliver of hope

  • Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau revisits scrapped plans for world’s first such agreement as city battles fourth wave and tightens border control
  • In wide-ranging interview with the Post, he also highlights challenges for a city whose resilience he says has been tested over the past three years

Topic |   Hong Kong travel bubbles
Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang
Commerce secretary Edward Yau says the time is not right to revive plans for a Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble. Photo: Sam Tsang
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