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Australia, Singapore aim for travel bubble by July according to Melbourne daily

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Bloomberg3/14/2021 11:26 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Australia, Singapore aim for travel bubble by July according to Melbourne daily
Singapore is “very keen” to work with Australia on a proof of vaccination certificate: Australian trade minister Dan Tehan.
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Australia and Singapore have held talks about allowing travel between them by nationals of the two countries who have had Covid-19 vaccinations, The Age reported, citing Australian Trade Minister Dan Tehan.

Singapore is “very keen” to work with Australia on a proof of vaccination certificate and agreed officials should work together, Tehan said, according to the Melbourne-based newspaper. The minister said he was scheduled to travel to Singapore in the coming months and “this will be a key topic of discussions as we seek to explore a travel bubble with Singapore,” The Age reported.

Tehan said he has held talks with Singapore Trade Minister Chan Chun Sing about the plan, according to the newspaper. Australian government sources said they hoped the plan will be in place by July or August, The Age reported.

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