Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong
Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong

Chinese tourists, travel bubbles: how Asia can refloat its battered travel industry

  • If the Covid-induced moratorium on travel has left you feeling flat, cheer up
  • Even if a vaccine remains a far-off dream, Asian tourist destinations are cautiously beginning to open back up, thanks to some novel ideas

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong
Increasingly, countries are floating the idea of forming “travel bubbles”, in which reciprocal nations agree on guidelines that enable their populations to move freely across their borders. Illustration: Huy Truong
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