News Singapore, Hong Kong delays travel bubble announcement By TTGmice / Posted on 22 April, 2021 15:09 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Singapore and Hong Kong are finalising details of the air travel bubble Singapore and Hong Kong have called off an announcement planned for Thursday (April 22) on an air travel bubble between the two cities. It is not clear why the announcement has been delayed, and a new date has not been set, Bloomberg reported, quoting people familiar with the matter. The report also quoted a source as saying that the cancellation was initiated by the Singapore authorities. Singapore-Hong Kong potential travel bubble hits another snag as Singapore battles fresh Covid-19 cluster Media reports had earlier reported that Singapore and Hong Kong were finalising the details of the travel bubble, which will exempt travellers from quarantine. Sources had told the South China Morning Post that the Singapore-Hong Kong delayed travel bubble is on track for a mid-May launch, despite the emergence of new virus variants. The development comes as Singapore faces a new Covid-19 cluster among its migrant worker community that is linked to an imported case.