Last updated: 1st of June 2021, 10:11 h
This is in response to the improved epidemiological situation and the results of the consultation. In addition, not only people who have recovered but also those who have been vaccinated are now exempt from quarantine. At its meeting on 26 May, the Federal Council also decided when and under what conditions major events can take place again and how they will be compensated if they have to be cancelled for epidemiological reasons. An overview of the current measures and ordinances is shown in the following chart:
Travellers from countries with an increased risk of infection must present a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours upon entry. In addition to those who have recovered, those who have been vaccinated will also be exempt from contact and travel quarantine. However, which vaccines and for how long these exemptions apply still have to be regulated. For children under 16 years of age, however, the travel quarantine is generally lifted.
Persons arriving by plane from countries that do not belong to the risk areas must present a negative test upon entry. The check is carried out when boarding the aircraft.
Departures to the United Kingdom (UK) and South Africa possible again
Passenger flights from Switzerland to the UK and South Africa are no longer restricted. For transport to airports, the necessary protective measures are ensured to minimise the epidemiological risk during internal transfers. The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) coordinates with the cantons to ensure this special transfer. To carry out the flights, the airlines are required to comply with the existing sanitary protection concepts.
Capacities on the mountain
The capacities at Davos Klosters Mountains are limited over the festive season and the sale of day tickets may be restricted. Due to the limited capacity of 2/3, there may be longer waiting times. Please book your ticket in advance online directly to your keycard and note the free capacities at the mountain on the website.
In the event of an officially mandatory closure of all Davos Klosters Mountains (subscription for locals) and the entire TopCard area (for TopCard holders) as a result of a pandemic, Davos Klosters Bergbahnen AG will grant the following entitlement for tickets purchased from them:(price paid for the subscription x days lost for the subscription)/260 operating days
Day tickets and regional passes (several days)
In the event of official orders, for example for quarantine, no ski passes will be refunded. In the event of illness, the General Terms and Conditions and refund claims apply upon presentation of a medical certificate. We recommend that you take out travel insurance.
All events with more than 50 people and sporting and cultural leisure activities with more than 15 people are prohibited. Exceptions are parliamentary and municipal assemblies. Political demonstrations and the collection of signatures for referenda and initiatives are also possible.
On our events page we will keep you informed about which events can be held and which are cancelled or postponed. Basically, we work together with the organisers to find solutions for holding the events - in strict compliance with the conditions.