The UK Government has announced that holidaymakers returning from Denmark will have to quarantine. Contractor’s Question: Given that three popular overseas contracting countries have been declared ‘covid unsafe’ by the UK, Germany, Sweden and Denmark-- meaning they all require self-isolation when returning from them, does this put the kibosh on international contracting, from a UK IT contractor’s perspective?. Consumer. Removed: Liechtenstein – Will have to quarantine October 15: Italy, San Marino and Vatican City have been removed from the corridor list. Visitors from Denmark would be denied entry from 4 a.m. on Nov. 7, the U.K. Department for Transport said in a statement Saturday, just 24 hours after it imposed quarantine … coronavirus. The decision to remove Denmark from the quarantine exemption list is being taken on the basis of public health advice following discussions on Thursday evening between all four Chief Medical Officers in the UK about reported cases in humans of a variant strain of the coronavirus associated with outbreaks in mink farms in Denmark. DENMARK was added to the UK’s quarantine list last night, along with Germany and Sweden. October 9th: The following Greek islands: Serifos, Santorini, … Negative coronavirus tests are also required if trying to enter the country. Here is everything you need to know if you were planning on travelling to Denmark… New countries removed from UK quarantine-free 'travel corridor' list as Denmark travel ban lifted Some areas have reduced their Covid-19 risk, the UK … Coronavirus: Denmark, Slovakia, Iceland and Curacao added to UK quarantine list. October 22: Maldives, Denmark, Canary islands, Greek Island – Mykonos all do not require a quarantine and have been added to the corridor. Quarantine now required. When announcing the latest travel corridor changes, Grant Shapps revealed that the government would be lifting its "total travel ban" on Denmark, but keeping it on the quarantine … British Airways and Ryanair pilots and cabin crew operating flights from Copenhagen to the UK will be required to quarantine with their households for two weeks immediately after landing. The rules comes into effect immediately with no grace period. However, the UK is currently on Denmark's "ban list" meaning Brits cannot enter the country without a good reason. Thursday 24 September 2020, 5:49pm. Latest travel advice for Denmark, including how to stay safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and information on returning to the UK. “We have been notified at short notice by the UK Department of Transport that our crews cannot operate flights to/from Denmark without 14-day quarantine upon return to the UK, despite the fact they never leave the aircraft during their 25-minute turnaround on the ground in Copenhagen airport,” a spokesperson for Ryanair told The Independent. The new rules mean all arrivals from Denmark to the UK must quarantine for two weeks from today. Recent Updates.