Covid-19 vaccine passport may boost leisure travel but other challenges stand in the way: Experts

While travel agents are optimistic that tourism will rebound, industry experts are more cautious. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Retiree Ng Lin Khuen is hoping to visit her cousin in Belgium and friends in France if leisure travel resumes by the end of the year.

As Covid-19 inoculation rates rise globally, a vaccine passport, which provides proof of receiving the drug, might pave the way for international trips to resume on a larger scale than now.

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