For any sort of questions related to Covid-19, we recommend consulting the site to get all the information.

Current regulations

Since February 17, the so-called "Freedom day" Switzerland has lifted almost all anti-Covid-19 measures. Restaurants, cultural facilities, facilities open to the public, and events will again be accessible without a mask or COVID certificate. Also revoked the obligation of the mask at work and the recommendation of teleworking. The federal council has repealed almost all national measures against the pandemic. To protect people at particular risk, only the isolation of people who tested positive for the test and the obligation to wear a mask on public transport and health facilities will remain in force until the end of March, after which the normal situation will return. You can find all up-to-date information about national Covid-19 regulations via this link:

Some cantons could apply stricter rules depending on the situation of the infections, you can consult the Ticino covid site here .

If you are experiencing symptoms, you should first take a covid test in a suitable pharmacy. If the test result is positive you should put yourself in isolation for at least five days or more if the symptoms persist. If you have further questions, you can also call the FOPH daily between 6am-11pm on this number: +41 58 463 00 00

Entering Switzerland

People entering Switzerland from a country with a variant of concern must observe the health-related measures at the border. Besides the rules set down by the State Secretariat for Migration (SEM), no further pandemic-related measures currently apply to other people entering Switzerland.

Find all information regarding Entering Switzerland via this link:

Here is some quick information:

  • Entry form: Currently you do not have to fill out an entry form for entry to Switzerland.
  • Test:  Currently you do not have to present a negative test result to enter Switzerland. Neither is there a test requirement on boarding for people arriving by air or long-distance bus (coach).
  • Travel Quarantine: Since no countries or areas with a variant of concern are listed, there is currently no quarantine requirement for people entering Switzerland.

Stay safe and if you have any questions regarding testing etc., feel free to message us via Facebook or Instagram and we'll try to help as much as we can.