On boarding, everyone aged 16 and over intending to enter Switzerland by air must be able to show the negative result of a PCR test (performed no more than 72 hours prior to boarding) or a rapid antigen test (performed no more than 24 hours previously). If you cannot show such a test you will not be allowed to board the aircraft. Note: For people entering Switzerland from a country with a variant of concern, the test requirement on boarding already applies to those aged 6 and over. More Information...
Are you not vaccinated or recovered? Then you must take another PCR test or rapid antigen test between the 4th and 7th day after entry. This applies to people age 16 and over. For people entering the country and leaving before day 7 (and staying for 6 nights), another PCR or rapid antigen test is not obligatory but recommended. The test result and the number of the entry form or a copy of the contact card must be notified to the canton.
Before entering Switzerland, an entry form must be completed by all persons: swissplf.admin.ch/formular. Passengers from countries with a worrying variant travelling to Switzerland may also have to go into quarantine.
Entry into Switzerland is unrestricted for Swiss nationals, persons holding a residence permit, and authorised cross-border commuters. For nationals of all Schengen states, normal entry requirements apply.
Switzerland has eased the entry restrictions for persons arriving from non-Schengen countries and third countries who can prove they have been vaccinated.
The interactive travel check tool shows you what measures apply to you.
For more information, see this page.
A good tip: Contact the authorities ahead of your trip to check the applicable entry requirements.