Singapore and Malaysia freeze ticket sales for vaccinated travel amid Omicron fears.

Singapore said on Wednesday that it would halt flight and bus ticket sales for passengers coming from two dozen countries with which it had established vaccinated travel lanes — a setback for a program that the island nation had hoped would rev up its pandemic-battered economy.

It joined other countries in the Asia-Pacific region in suspending quarantine-free entry amid the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

The pause will start on Thursday and last until Jan. 20,…

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