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With the travel bubble opening from 22 November 2020, people from Singapore and Hong Kong will soon be able to travel between the two places without having to undergo quarantine upon arrival, given that you take the designated flights. However, visitors must still adhere to the social distancing rules and protective measures put in place, as part of the global effort in curbing the spread of COVID-19. It might be hard to keep track of what you can or cannot do when travelling to either place, but worry not—we’ve put together a list of things to know and rules to follow when travelling to either Singapore or Hong Kong. Here are the latest social distancing rules and things to look out for when travelling to Singapore and Hong Kong, all in one place.
This article will be updated as the situation develops.