Last updated: 6th of April 2020, 13:23 h
The Federal Council calls on the population to take responsibility: Stay at home if possible. Meetings of more than five people in public places are prohibited. If five or fewer people meet, they must keep a distance of two metres. Anyone who fails to do so will be fined. Hygiene and behavioral measures are now extremely important. In addition, the Swiss public transport service is very limited. The basic service will be maintained.
All ski areas in Davos Klosters have ended the winter season on the instructions of the federal government. The Eau-là-là, museums, libraries, fitness and sports centres, discos, music bars, nightclubs and the free Davos Klosters Inside winter guest programme are also closed. Ski touring is not recommended. Some cross-country ski trails and winter hiking paths are still prepared and open. Here too, keep your distance.
The counters of the Guest Information Office in Davos Klosters will remain closed in accordance with the latest instructions of the Swiss Confederation. Inquiries will continue to be answered by telephone +41 81 415 21 21, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, WhatsApp-Service, Chatbot Bea or by live chat via the website. Restaurants, bars, cafés and snack bars will remain closed until at least 19 April 2020. All department stores and retail outlets are also closed. Some local shops deliver home or ship during this time. Medical therapies are still allowed, but not cosmetic and wellness treatments. This was decreed by the federal government on 16 March. Click here for the federal government's announcement.
All grocery stores and departments as well as pharmacies, drugstores, banks, post office counters, kiosks, train stations and petrol station shops will remain open. Some restaurants offer a take-away service on advance booking. The transport company Davos (VBD) has immediately changed its timetable to summer operation. Furthermore, no parking fees will be charged on public land for the time being.
This is due to the national ban: Until 30 April 2020, no events of a supra-regional character may take place in which it is not possible to trace who is participating. The current ice hockey season has been cancelled, the Davos Coverfestival cancelled and the Red Bull Homerun postponed to 12 December 2020.
A hotline number is listed on the website of the commune. There, medical personnel answer questions about the corona virus and possible infections. The number is occupied from 8 to 18 o'clock. Outside these hours, the Davos Hospital can be reached. The 24-hour emergency number of the Davos doctors remains in operation. In addition, psychological counselling in connection with Covid 19 is offered for two hours (11 am to 12 pm and 8 pm to 9 pm) in cooperation with the Hochgebirgsklinik Davos.
1. Topcard, snowpass and season tickets
In accordance with the terms and conditions (force majeure and closure by order of the authorities), no refunds will be made. We ask for your understanding. In the past, abo holders have often been able to benefit from season extensions.
2. Multi-day tickets and unredeemed vouchers
The unused days of the multi-day tickets will be credited to the next season. Also the unused vouchers will keep their validity and will be transferred to the 2020/21 season.
For all other questions regarding ski tickets, please contact Davos Klosters Mountains AG.
If you intend to cancel your stay, please contact the respective accommodation or travel insurance company.Further information from the federal office of public
1. Keep your distance from other people, for example when standing in line or during meetings
2. Wash your hands thoroughly. Several times a day.
3. Avoid shaking hands.
4. Cough or sneeze into a handkerchief or the crook of your arm.
5. Stay home if you have a fever or cough.
6. In case of suspicion: Consult a doctor's office or emergency department only after calling by telephone.