Switzerland relaxes entry rules

By Lisa James
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Switzerland is relaxing rules from this weekend and will no longer require a negative test result from fully vaccinated visitors or those who can show they have recently recovered from COVID.

From Saturday 22 January, people entering Switzerland only need to show proof of their vaccination or a valid recovery certificate, in addition to completing an entry form.

Unvaccinated visitors must provide evidence of a negative PCR or lateral flow test before entry is granted and must take another test between day four and seven after arrival.

No test is required for under-16s.

More details here.

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