Quarantine-free travel is available to fully vaccinated Singapore residents to the vaccinated travel lanes (VTL) countries in Europe.
Despite the European Union (EU) raising its COVID-19 risk assessment of the Republic on November 9, few countries have not reimposed compulsory quarantine on travelers from Singapore. The list includes Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Netherlands, Britain, and Switzerland as per their border regulation. From Nov. 29, Finland and Sweden will start their VTLs with Singapore. These nations have also not introduced quarantine curbs on visitors from Singapore.
Currently, only Denmark is the one TVL country to have reimposed quarantine restrictions. Starting on Nov. 11, the visitors from Singapore will have to go for four to ten days of isolation after arrival. Denmark has removed Singapore from the list of countries that have lifted travel curbs. Border restrictions outlined in the council’s updated recommendations on Nov 9 are not legally binding.
However, the 27 EU member states, which will not include Britain and Switzerland, rely on the recommendations when determining their border restrictions. According to a British official, the EU’s changes will not affect British travel rules. During last year’s European Union membership referendum, Britain left the bloc.