Hong Kong and Singapore create world's first 'reciprocal travel bubble'
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Pakistan, Oct. 18 -- In the era of COVID-19, travelling has become a strange and a dangerous affair. Most countries continue to keep their borders shut, for fear of more cases than the ones they are already dealing with, domestically. As such, in a way to promote tourism and revive economies, they are beginning to create safe bubbles with other countries.
While it was previously reported that India has made a safe travel bubble with island nation Maldives, it has recently been learnt that Hong Kong and Singapore, too, have decided to open their borders to each other, for the first time in over seven months. According to The Independent, Asia's two big financial hubs have got into a travel pact with each other - to relax some travel restr...
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