Hong Kong and Singapore to review travel bubble date in July

HONG KONG/SINGAPORE June 11 (Reuters): Hong Kong and Singapore will review in July plans to open a travel bubble, their governments said on Thursday (June 10), after the proposal was derailed for a second time in May due to a spike of coronavirus cases in Singapore.

The Covid-19 situation in Singapore has stabilised in recent weeks, its government said in a statement, noting that the number of community cases and local unlinked Covid-19 cases were showing a downward trend. It also said the situation in Hong Kong remained stable.

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