No travel, no lifestyle — by Leesan

The world is waiting for you (tourists) to fill in

 

The global coronavirus situation has somewhat come under control now, prompting some Malaysians to speculate which countries are going to open up very soon.

The global coronavirus situation has somewhat come under control now, prompting some Malaysians to speculate which countries are going to open up very soon. To be precise, “green lanes” and other New Normal ways of traveling between countries and cities have been in practice in the three Baltic States and EU member countries. And in Asean, Singapore is pioneering this initiative, starting with business travels to stimulate the regional tourist economy, which is a good move indeed.

But the thing is, the virus is extremely sly and unpredictable, and the government is rightly concerned about a second wave of infections. The second wave of coronavirus infections in 19 states of the US and the city of Beijing, among other places, is beginning to cast doubts over countries eager to be among the first to introduce “travel bubbles” such as Australia and New Zealand, in addition to the reported deferment of first round of “safe travel circles” by countries like China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Macau. Taiwan just announced its border closing until 31st July. Sounds desperate?

 

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