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Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble to be relaunched in one month

Travelers from Hong Kong need to be fully vaccinated 14 days before departure

Cityscapes of Hong Kong, left, and Singapore. (Source photos by Reuters) 

HONG KONG -- Hong Kong and Singapore will relaunch a long-awaited "air travel bubble" scheme on May 26, exempting travelers between the two business hubs from quarantine requirements.

To join the bubble, Hong Kong residents must complete two vaccine shots 14 days before flights to Singapore, except for those younger than 16 or unfit for vaccination due to medical reasons. There is no vaccination requirement for Singaporeans.

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