Personal responsibility is still the way forward: It’s important to continue to follow the rules on hygiene and social distancing and relevant precautionary measures and, if possible, to get vaccinated. If you have symptoms, stay at home and get tested, even if you’ve been vaccinated or have recovered from COVID. Many thanks for your cooperation.

Coronavirus Infoline: +41 58 463 00 00, 6am to 11pm

COVID-19 vaccination Infoline: +41 800 88 66 44, every day 6am to 11pm

Form for people entering Switzerland: Everyone entering Switzerland must present an entry form.

Online check for people travelling to Switzerland: The Travelcheck allows you to check what requirements apply for entering Switzerland.

Infoline for people travelling to Switzerland: +41 58 464 44 88, every day from 6am to 11pm

Infoline National COVID certificate application platform: +41 58 469 79 63 (every day from 7am to 8pm)

Figures and data: Information on the current situation in Switzerland can be found on our Covid-19 Dashboard.



Situation in Switzerland

Data and reports on the epidemiological situation, press conference, and Switzerland’s strategy.

SwissCovid app and contact tracing

SwissCovid app for mobile phones, contact tracing (breaking transmission chains)

Measures and ordinances

Measures, easing of measures, conditions for reopening, permitted events or activities, still prohibited, criminal provisions, explanations

COVID certificate

All about the COVID certificate.
Vaccination klein


All about the COVID-19 vaccination.


Testing strategy, coverage of the costs of tests, overview of the different types of tests, when to get tested, and where to get tested

Isolation and quarantine

What to do in the event of symptoms and following contact with an infected person, information on isolation and quarantine and recommendations for symptomatic children

Protect yourself and others

Rules on hygiene and social distancing: get vaccinated, keep your distance, wash your hands, cough/sneeze into a paper tissue/the crook of your arm, stay at home if you experience symptoms, rules on wearing masks and working from home

Tips for everyday life

Tips for travel abroad, Useful tips for engaging in social contacts, Help and tips on working from home, Helplines for worries and feelings of loneliness.

Disease, symptoms, treatment

Information on Covid-19, the symptoms and the range of illness severity as well as the origin of the new coronavirus


Requirement to wear masks, masks in everyday life, types of mask and where to buy them, correct use of masks


Recommendations for travel abroad, conditions for entry into Switzerland

Health insurance arrangements

Coverage of medical expenses, tariffs and financing

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Infection, tests, pregnancy, symptoms, treatment, protection, masks, vaccination, COVID certificate, SwissCovid app, children, school, travel

Downloads in various languages

Information campaign ‘Protect yourself and others’: posters, videos and instructions in different languages, incl. those of Switzerland’s migrant population

Barrier-free content

Information in easy-to-read language and sign language

Contact information and links

New coronavirus: Infoline phone numbers, links to federal and cantonal authorities, and other useful websites

Last modification 26.01.2022

Top of page