Switzerland Covid19 Forms & Information

Fill in and submit the electronic form found here

This form must be completed by each person entering Switzerland. In the case of children and persons under guardianship, the form may be completed by the person with whom they are travelling or by a legal guardian.

As from the 4th December all passengers over the age of 16, are required to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior departure. From Monday 20th December a rapid antigen test taken within the previous 24 hours will also be accepted.  A further PCR or antigen test 4-7 days after entry is required. From Monday 20th December, the second test 4 to 7 days after entering the country will be waived for persons who are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19. As from the 22nd January, passengers who present a valid vaccination or recovery certificate shall be exempt from presenting a negative test result prior departure. Follow-up tests 4-7 days after arrival shall also be removed. Kindly consult the official press release.

Quarantine measures do not apply for travel to Switzerland from Malta.  

For further information and any exemptions from the form or test requirements, kindly consult the official Government website.

 

Updated 20th January 2022

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