COVID-19 infection rates in Switzerland have dropped dramatically, and the Swiss government has decided to relax practically all COVID-19 restrictions. People won’t even have to show vaccination certificates in recreational areas from now on. Switzerland lifted the majority of their restrictions imposed to stop the further spread of the virus on February 17. 2022
Passengers are excluded from the requirement to fill in an entry form upon their entry, as it was required before,
Passengers are no longer obliged to present valid proof which shows they have tested negative for the virus.
Before the authorities in Switzerland obliged arrivals from other territories to present a negative result of the PCR test, not older than 72 hours, or a negative result of the antigen test, not older than 48 hours.
Such a decision was confirmed through a statement published by the Swiss Federal Council, which highlighted that travel rules would be eased starting from February 17.2022
“Health-related measures for persons entering the country are to be lifted. It will no longer be necessary to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test or complete an entry form,” the announcement published by the Council noted.
Now the country will welcome you with open arms—or at least without any restrictions. “Switzerland is taking a decisive and important step towards normality. The virus is there. We are learning how to live with the virus,” said Swiss President Ignazio Cassis at a press conference.