For Covid-19 travel bubbles to last longer than their namesakes, standard protocol is key

For Covid-19 travel bubbles to last longer than their namesakes, standard protocol is key

Opinion

Todd Handcock

  • The repeated failures to restart global travel by economies in Asia and elsewhere demonstrate the critical need for a multilateral solution to mitigate risks
  • These health and safety measures must be in place to shore up traveller confidence, without which demand will remain weak

Todd Handcock


Todd Handcock

Updated: 10:45am, 13 Sep, 2020

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