Data and reports on the epidemiological situation in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, Switzerland’s strategy and coronavirus news can all be found here.
- Press conference, 9 September 2022, 10am
- Figures on the coronavirus situation in Switzerland and Liechtenstein
- Federal government policy paper on the medium- and longer-term development of the COVID-19 epidemic and the transition to a “normal situation”
- Monitoring reports
- COVID-19 Coordination Group
Press conference, 9 September 2022, 10am
Figures on the coronavirus situation in Switzerland and Liechtenstein
On www.covid19.admin.ch you’ll find the key figures on laboratory-confirmed cases, hospitalisations, deaths, tests, vaccinations, relevant virus variants, and hospital capacity.
You can find the weekly COVID-19 Sentinella report here. It complements the weekly report and is updated at midday on Wednesdays.
Previous daily and weekly reports
Daily reports since 7 March 2020, weekly reports since calendar week 25 (2nd quarter 2020) until 31 March 2022.
Federal government policy paper on the medium- and longer-term development of the COVID-19 epidemic and the transition to a “normal situation”
At the end of March 2022 the Swiss Federal Council lifted the last remaining measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus and ended the special situation. However, the epidemiological situation remains uncertain. This means it will be necessary to maintain an elevated level of alertness and responsiveness until at least spring 2023. At its meeting on 18 May 2022 the Federal Council approved a policy paper setting down the goals and demarcation of responsibilities during this transitional phase. With the transition to a normal situation it is no longer the federal government but the cantons that are in charge of ordaining any measures such as isolation, the mask mandate and limits on access and coordinating these measures among themselves; the federal government will support the cantons as required, for example with recommendations. You will find detailed information on this in the following documents:
- Federal government policy paper on the medium- and longer-term development of the COVID-19 epidemic and the transition to a “normal situation” (in German (PDF, 380 kB, 20.05.2022), French (PDF, 435 kB, 18.05.2022) or Italian (PDF, 436 kB, 18.05.2022))
Various measures are under way to monitor the epidemiological situation on an ongoing basis. You will find information and reports on the Monitoring page.
COVID-19 Coordination Group
The temporary COVID-19 Coordination Group is expected to ensure overall planning, the flow of information, coordination and harmonisation of all COVID-19 tasks at the FOPH until spring 2023.
The FOPH COVID-19 Task Force was disbanded in April 2022. You will find the minutes of the FOPH COVID-19 Task Force on the Crisis management site.
Last modification 30.11.2022