Travellers entering Switzerland from certain countries will have to go into quarantine for 10 days. Travellers affected will be notified during the flight, on board coaches and at border crossings.
Visit the Federal Office of Public Health website for the updated list of countries.
The following passengers from the countries listed above may be exempted from the quarantine requirement.
- Persons who transport other persons or goods professionally by road, rail, ship or plane
- Persons whose work is essential to maintain:
- the efficiency of the health service
- Public security and order
- The efficiency of institutional beneficiaries as defined in Article 2 paragraph 1 of the Host State Act of 22 June 2007
- Persons who in the course of their professional activities for rail, bus, shipping or airline companies transport passengers across borders and in doing so have spent time in a country or area with an increased risk of infection
- Persons who for professional or medical reasons enter Switzerland every day or for up to 5 days and whose visit cannot be postponed
- Persons who as transit passengers have stayed less than 24 hours in a country or area with an increased risk of infection
- Persons who enter Switzerland for the purpose of transiting the country and who intend and are able to travel on directly to another country
You can get the latest information from the Swiss Authorities regarding the new entry restrictions to Switzerland as well as rules and recommendations for travellers here.
All passengers must complete a Contact Tracing Form before boarding. The form will be provided at check-in and on board. Find out more in these FAQs.
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