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SYDNEY/WELLINGTON (Reuters) -Australia's largest city of Sydney re-introduced "soft touch" COVID-19 curbs on Wednesday to contain a widening outbreak of the highly infectious Delta variant, mandating masks in offices while neighbouring states closed their borders.
Coronavirus: EU-Hong Kong travel deal to ease quarantine, other restrictions ‘unlikely for now given low vaccination rate’
The European Union has agreed to ease travel restrictions on Hongkongers entering the bloc, but only if the city reciprocatesWhile the city confirmed no new cases on Thursday, Hong Kong’s low vaccination rate meant it was still vulnerable to outbreaks, according to one health expert
Unlike in most coronavirus-hit tourism hotspots, locals in New Zealand’s scenic Queenstown are optimistic their adventure hub is about to get its pre-pandemic mojo back.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (June 11)
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.
A planned quarantine-free travel corridor between Australia and Singapore may take months to open because of delays to Australia’s Covid-19 vaccination programme.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore will relax the tightened Covid-19 measures currently in place and move to phase 3 (heightened alert) from Monday (June 14).
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (June 10)
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore and Australia will work towards an air travel bubble and both nations will prepare the infrastructure and process for resuming two-way travel in a safe and calibrated manner, said the prime ministers of both countries on Thursday (June 10).
SEOUL (The Straits Times/ANN): South Korea is hoping to expedite travel bubble talks with the likes of Singapore and Taiwan to allow quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated people from as early as July, as part of a national campaign to encourage mass vaccination.