Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yuet-ngor has said travellers between the two regions will be able to come and go without a 14-day quarantine.
Hong Kong.- Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Yuet-ngor has said the travel bubble with Singapore is expected to go ahead in November.
In the Executive Council meeting, Lam said travellers will be able to come and go between the two cities without a 14-day quarantine.
There will be no restrictions on travelling but visitors will be obligated to show a negative test result for Covid-19.
Both Hong Kong and Singapore are currently recording single-digit daily cases of Covid-19.
Lam said: “Singapore and Hong Kong have had similar success in containing the coronavirus. As for cross-border travel to China, it needs mutual consent, and we are technically ready.
“We are working very hard, and heard the plight of the travel industry stakeholders.”
Lam also said that as of next month, Hong Kong residents will be able to return to the city from mainland China without having to go through quarantine.