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Hong Kong and Singapore to open travel corridor between hubs

People with negative COVID results will be able to take dedicated flights

HONG KONG/SINGAPORE -- Hong Kong and Singapore have reached a preliminary agreement to establish an "air travel bubble" that will exempt travelers between the two business hubs from current quarantine requirements.

While it remains uncertain when the arrangement will take effect, Hong Kong commerce secretary Edward Yau said Thursday that the Hong Kong government will hammer out details with Singapore "in the next few weeks." He added that both governments agreed travelers must present a mutually-recognized negative result for COVID-19 before boarding a flight.

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