Pre-pandemic rules will apply to travellers from all countries from 2 May
Swiss authorities have announced that travellers from all countries will be able to enter without having to follow any Covid-19 entry restrictions from 2 May.
A statement from the State Secretariat for Migration said: “The entry restrictions currently in place will be lifted from 2 May. As of that date, the usual rules for entering Switzerland will apply.”
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Currently, all travellers are required to hold a valid vaccination or recovery certificate in order to enter Switzerland.
However, from 2 May, travellers will only be required to adhere to pre-Covid entry rules such as presenting a valid passport or visa, if required.
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