Officials in Hong Kong and Macau are eyeing the prospects of setting up a travel link between the two Chinese regions as Covid outbreaks come under control.
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam raised the prospect of re-opening travels for Macau, after discussing the possibility of a travel bubble with her Macau counterpart Ho Iat Seng, at the Boao Forum for Asia on Hainan island. - negotiations were already underway but the Macau authorities have yet to decide.
Hong Kong has again managed to limit known Covid infections to single figures with most cases having been imported. Rules on gatherings in bars and restaurants are being eased from today. Recorded outbreaks in Macau and mainland China have been minimised, leading to special visa arrangements between the two jurisdictions to help the visitor economy recover. Macau Business reports that the region’s tourism and health authorities have not yet confirmed any talks with Hong Kong officials on resuming quarantine-free travel between both sides of the Pearl Delta.
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