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  1. 9/9/2020 · What is a travel bubble? In simple terms, a travel bubble is an agreement between two or more countries to open up their borders for travel without strict quarantine. Generally, they are done...

  2. What is a Travel Bubble? | Travel | Smithsonian Magazine

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    Travel bubbles, also called travel bridges or corona corridors, do away with that waiting period for a select group of travelers from certain countries where the coronavirus has been contained. “In...

  3. What exactly is a Travel Bubble? - GMA Network

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    What is a “Travel Bubble”? Essentially, a “travel bubble” is an agreement between countries, especially those with low COVID-19 cases, to open their borders to each other. This will allow people to move freely within the “travel bubble," ...

  4. 17/12/2020 · New Zealand and Australia were among the first to announce plans for a “Tasman travel bubble.” On Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, the two nations agreed to allow travel between the countries beginning in the first quarter of 2021. It will allow ...

  5. Travel bubbles, also known as travel corridors and corona corridors, are essentially an exclusive partnership between two or more countries that have demonstrated considerable success in containing and combating the COVID-19 pandemic within ...

  6. Coronavirus travel bubbles explained | Skyscanner

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    A “travel bubble” refers to two or more countries that have agreed to open their borders to each other. This includes entry over land, sea, and air. The first bubbles to emerge are between countries that have successfully dealt with the pandemic ...

  7. Regardless of the terminology, all travel bubbles aim to do the same thing: allow for international travel during this crisis. However, there can be a significant variance in the rules around travel bubbles depending on the agreements. One of ...

  8. What is an air/travel bubble? Travel bubble, also known as travel bridges, bi-lateral bubble or corona corridors, is a kind of travel arrangement that allows citizens of select countries to travel to other countries. With travel bubbles, the ...

  9. Travel bubbles will have a role to play in mitigating the risks between specific markets,” IATA spokesman Albert Tjoeng said. The global air travel industry body said the use of Covid-19 testing...

  10. 這些互相開放邊境的做法稱為「旅行泡泡」(travel bubble),其中位於歐洲的「波羅的海三國」愛沙尼亞、拉脫維亞和立陶宛已經互相開放邊境。