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Australia Is Still Aiming to Implement a Travel Bubble with Singapore “Sooner Rather Than Later” – Concrete Playground

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Mention bubbles these days, and you’re no longer just talking about baths, sparkling wine, gum or tea. For the past 15 months or so, the term has been on every hopeful holidaymaker’s lips, referring to arrangements between countries that allow COVID-safe overseas travel in these pandemic-afflicted times.

Discussed since mid-2020 and in effect since April 2021, Australia currently has a quarantine-free travel bubble in place with New Zealand — allowing Aussies and New Zealanders to fly back and forth between the two countries for holidays, even while Australia’s international border remains shut to the rest of the world. As first floated back in March, that arrangement might soon be joined by another, this time between Australia and…



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