To travel to Switzerland (before 22 January 2022) you must take both of the following two actions:
1/ Provide proof of being fully vaccinated
If you’re aged 18 years or over and fully vaccinated 14 days before your arrival into Switzerland, you’ll need to show proof of this. Find out how to get proof of your vaccine status.
Please note, your business card-sized paper COVID-19 vaccination record card isn’t an acceptable form of vaccine status proof and can’t be used to enter.
IMPORTANT: Regardless of your age, if you’ve only received a single (first) dose of the Astra Zeneca, Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, you’re NOT considered fully vaccinated.
This excludes children aged 17 or under.
Read more government information.
2/ Provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid antigen test
If you’re fully vaccinated and travelling to Switzerland before 22 January 2022, you must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test (taken in the 72 hours before your departure) or rapid antigen test result (taken in the 24 hours before departure) to enter Switzerland.
This excludes children aged 15 and under or you’re travelling on or after 22 January 2022.
Read more government information
or find out how to get a test
If you don’t complete this, you won’t be able to board your flight.