Top News Denmark imposes quarantine for travellers from Singapore By TTG Asia / Posted on 11 November, 2021 18:16 Vaccinated travellers from Singapore will no longer be able to enjoy two-way quarantine-free travel with Denmark, and will have to serve at least four days of quarantine in the European country. In a Facebook post on Thursday (November 11), the Embassy of Denmark stated that “Singapore is now considered a high risk country for travel to Europe” due to its Covid-19 infection numbers. Travellers from Singapore required to serve a minimum of four days quarantine when entering Denmark According to the post, all travellers from Singapore must be tested upon arrival and self-isolate for 10 days, regardless of their vaccination status. However, their quarantine period will be shortened if they test negative for their PCR test on day 4 of their arrival. This news comes just a month after it was announced that Denmark was one of several countries that Singapore had added to its vaccinated travel lane (VTL) scheme, which allows for quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated travellers entering Singapore on designated VTL flights.