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The coronavirus pandemic has pushed the global tourism into a super-cold winter. However, some countries and regions with the slowing spread of coronavirus are mulling to create ‘travel bubbles’ and lift travel restrictions within the ‘bubbles’, so as to restart the economy. How can Hong Kong be inspired by this idea when the Government is in discussions with the Mainland about relaxing cross-boundary quarantine measures?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.