All passengers (from 16 years) arriving in Switzerland must present on departure in the country of embarkation a PCR test result carried out less than 72 hours before the flight showing negative contamination by COVID-19, or a negative rapid antigenic test conducted less than 48 hours before the flight. Fully vaccinated people are exempt from compulsory testing for 12 months, people who have recovered for 6 months.
If you have not been vaccinated or have not recovered, you must take another PCR test or rapid antigen test in Switzerland 4-7 days after your entry. This test result must be reported 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.