Denmark VTL just encountered the first biggest setback so far. Travellers from Singapore will need to undergo quarantine on arrival.
On our previous article, Netherlands imposed pre-departure in detail.
Denmark has downgraded Singapore into their “high-risk” category of countries.
Consequently, Denmark VTL is a no-go now.
Albeit the new requirements, we feel that the quarantine is rather a grey one.
10 Days Quarantine in Denmark
Upon arrival, you will need to take a COVID-19 test within 24 hours.
Additionally, you will need self-isolate for 10 days immediately after entry too. However, there is a chance that you can leave quarantine upon Negative PCR Test on Day 4 or 5.
In Denmark, you can either complete self-isolation in your own home, or at other facilities such as hotel room.
A note from trusted sources, COVID-19 testing in Denmark is surprisingly free of charge.
Enter Denmark via Other European Countries
You could try your luck to enter Denmark via other European Countries with attention to EUDCC on hand.
Find the link below where you can get your EUDCC:
By all means, other countries might follow up as well. On the positive side, other countries still accept Singapore visitors as of now.
Conclusion of Denmark VTL
This has come about due to rapid increase of COVID-19 case numbers in Singapore.
Therefore, EU’s subsequently remove the country from their “safe list”, leaving member states to react accordingly as they see fit.
We also believe that this will not be the last of EU nations strict measures.
Sure enough, Denmark has quickly become the second country to take action here.
Be sure to keep up to date with Vaccinated Travel Lanes in Singapore on our page here.