A quarantine-free air travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore will open on May 26, the governments said Monday, confirming a long-awaited reopening of connections between the two financial hubs.
To qualify for the flights, travelers from Hong Kong must have had two doses of coronavirus vaccine at least 14 days before, the government said in a statement. This is to encourage citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible, it said. Travelers from both sides can’t have visited any other places two weeks before departure. Negative COVID-19 test results must be collected within 72 hours of flying.