Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg
Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg
Donald Low
Opinion

Opinion

Donald Low

Why the Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble is key in adapting to a ‘new normal’

  • With coronavirus cases falling, the two aviation hubs need to examine ways to open themselves to travel while managing risks of disease transmission
  • Hong Kong and Singapore should start planning for a future with Covid-19, with a travel bubble offering a way to adapt to it

Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg
Travellers wearing protective masks push luggage carts through the departures hall at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Bloomberg
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