When the coronavirus pandemic began to sweep the world earlier this year, the travel industry was one of the first to be hit amid stay-at-home orders. When the downturn happened, the one thing that seemed to be the saving grace were travel bubbles. The idea was that countries that shared regional borders and similar rates of infection could allow cross-border travel without the need for quarantine. Rosie Spinks, Global Tourism Reporter at Skift, joined Wake Up With Cheddar to discuss why many of these bubbles failed.