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Taiwan Allows Business Travelers Once More
But only residents of 15 countries and territories, including Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore, are eligible to visit.
New South Wales Loosens Covid-19 Restrictions
Gatherings of 50 people will be allowed inside homes, and patrons at outdoor bars can stand up while drinking.
Hong Kong–Singapore “Travel Bubble” Back on the Table
But the rolling seven-day average of untraceable Covid-19 cases in Hong Kong still remains above the permissible threshold for the bubble to...
Victoria Will End Its Lockdown on Thursday
The state’s leader has signaled that stage four restrictions will not be extended once they expire at 11:59 p.m. tomorrow night.
Auckland Placed Under Level 3 Lockdown
The latest restrictions, expected to last at least through Wednesday, have ended six lockdown-free months for New Zealand’s largest city.
Hong Kong to Relax Covid-19 Rules on Feb. 18
Dine-in hours will be extended and a range of recreational venues reopened from the seventh day of the Lunar New Year.
Malaysia Eases Chinese New Year Restrictions
Authorities have reversed course on tighter rules that would have banned house-to-house visits.
Perth Lifts Lockdown Restrictions
But some rules, such as a mandatory order to wear masks, will remain in place for the next eight days.
Hong Kong Eyes Border Reopening with Macau, Mainland China
With the territory’s fourth wave of the virus appearing to wane, a “travel bubble” may finally be on the horizon.