On 16 February 2022, the Swiss government has decided to give up on all existing measures against Covid-19, including in the exhibition, business fair and conference sector.
As a result:
- A Covid certificate is no longer required to attend in-house events
- It is no longer necessary to wear a mask inside the exhibition hall
People with symptoms are asked to voluntarily withdraw their visit, even if they have been vaccinated or cured, or have recently been tested negative. The Federal Office of Public Health recommends that they be tested without delay and follow the isolation instructions in force.
We also recommend that our kind visitors
- To use the hydroalcoholic gel provided at the entrance
- To maintain the social distance of 1.5 m. between each person
Health-related measures for persons entering the country are to be lifted. It will no longer be necessary to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test or complete an entry form.
Only two protective measures are expected to remain in place until the end of March 2022: Persons who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 will still be required to isolate. The mask requirement on public transport and in healthcare institutions will remain in place.
Traveling and Entering Switzerland
Currently, entry into Switzerland is not subject to any specific obligation related to the pandemic (test, quarantine, form).
You may check the latest information on the FOPH website before entering Switzerland.