During the G7 summit, the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the US President, Joe Biden, have committed to resuming travel between the UK and the US. Whilst no date has yet been confirmed, it is expected that the relaunch of travel will occur soon.
Similarly, Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, and Singapore’s Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong, also discussed, during the G7 summit, the resumption of an Australia/Singapore travel bubble, with Singapore students in Australia being identified as piloting the arrangement in order to facilitate their studies. Mutual recognition of health and vaccination certificates (likely in an online version that can be verified by both countries) will be central to the rollout of the travel bubble. Other than New Zealand (where a travel bubble has been implemented), Singapore is the only country that Australia is currently considering a travel bubble with.