On the Swiss Confederation's website you can find all the useful and updated information regarding travelling. Here, individuals wishing to enter Switzerland can obtain information about the requirements for entry in force as well as about the states and areas where a variant of concern is circulating. In addition, the page contains information regarding foreign travel and the use of the Covid-19 certificate when travelling.More Information
Current health measuresAt a national level
From the 1st of April, all restrictions and prohibitions are lifted at a national level. If necessary, the cantons can take further measures.At a cantonal level
In view of the number of daily infections and the number of people hospitalized, the State Council has decided to maintain the obligation to wear a mask in health care facilities such as hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, as well as in residential care, at least until the 30th of April 2022. It also recommends this in all places where patients are present.
If symptoms occur
Self-isolation is no longer required for Covid-19 infections.
Individual responsibility remains the key. It is always recommended to perform a PCR or antigenic flow test if you have symptoms.
In case of symptoms or a positive test result, continue to observe the rules of hygiene and behaviour and avoid close contact with others to protect them.
If you are employed, refer to your employer's attendance arrangements, especially if you work in the health sector or with people at risk.Testing centres
HotlineIn case of specific questions regarding the pandemic
(not medical advice):
- Hotline Canton du Valais : +41 58 433 0 144, from Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 12:00 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hotline Federal Office of Public Health : +41 58 463 00 00, from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 18:00.