Wednesday, September 22, 2021

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After Langkawi, govt eyeing Genting, Tioman and Melaka for tourism bubble plan

A proposal will be tabled to the Special Committee on Tackling Covid-19 tomorrow.

Long break over, Langkawi ready to welcome back thousands in ‘new norm’ tourism

The Langkawi Tourism Association expects some 24,000 tourist arrivals within days of the island reopening on Sept 16.

Langkawi to be part of travel bubble project for re-opening of tourism sector

Putrajaya is studying the possibility amid the increase in percentage of vaccinated people.

New Zealand suspends travel bubble with Australia

The announcement comes as a two-week lockdown begins in Sydney to contain a rapidly spreading outbreak of the Delta coronavirus variant.

Australia, Singapore discussing quarantine-free travel bubble

The two countries are also in discussions on the mutual recognition of vaccination certificates and resuming travel for students.

Malaysia to suspend travel bubble with Singapore

Health DG Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says Singapore has been listed as a country that has reported transmissions of variants of concern in the community.

Aussie borders could stay shut until late 2022, minister says

Trade and tourism minister says a wave of cases on the Indian sub-continent shows Australia's near blanket ban on arrivals is still essential to keep the country Covid-free.

Hong Kong, Singapore to revive travel bubble

The two business hubs plan to resurrect their scrapped trabel bubble on May 26.

NZ pauses travel bubble with Western Australia after virus case

The decision came after Western Australia announced that the regions of Perth and Peel were entering a three-day lockdown due to a traveller testing positive for Covid-19.

NZ confirms airport virus case, says travel bubble unaffected

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also plays down concerns that the airport cleaner contracted the virus despite being fully vaccinated.

Hugs, tears as New Zealand-Australia travel bubble opens

For the first time in almost 400 days passengers can fly across the Tasman Sea without undergoing mandatory Covid-19 quarantine when they arrive.

NZ-Australia travel bubble to begin April 18

Qurantine-free travel between the two countries will begin in just under a fortnight.

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