HK, Singapore to decide on new date for travel bubble flights postponed over HK COVID-19 cases

 

HONG KONG — Travel bubble flights under the Singapore-Hong Kong arrangement havebeen postponed, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau said onSaturday (Nov 21), adding that the two governments will announce in early December as to when the flights will restart.

Flights wereoriginally scheduled to start from Sunday,but has been suspended as the pandemic in Hong Kong escalates.

Under the original deal which was announced in mid-October, the bubble flights will be suspended for two weeks if the seven-day moving average of the daily number of unlinked local Covid-19 cases is more than five for either Singapore or Hong Kong.

The moving average for …

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