According to the decision of the Federal Council, unvaccinated/unhealed guests must present two negative test results from Monday, 20 September: one on entry into Switzerland, and one after four to a maximum of seven days. All persons entering Switzerland (vaccinated / recovered / tested) must also complete the "SwissPLF" entry form.
Indoor areas - access restrictions (restaurants, wellness, museums):
A.) Guests from the EU/EFTA/Schengen area (analogous to Switzerland):
Access to all indoor areas with the existing Covid certificates possible without any problems.
B.) Guests from third countries outside EU/EFTA/Schengen (vaccinated with an EMA vaccine, i.e. Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen/Johnson&Johnson, AstraZeneca and all licences such as Covishield, etc.):
Until 10 October 2021, all human-readable vaccination cards (including: Personal information, vaccine, vaccination country and vaccination date, in the Swiss national languages, English or Spanish). This is an interim solution so that the conversion process can be prepared. Afterwards, the certificates must be converted into a Swiss certificate. Details are currently being worked out at federal and cantonal level - we will keep you informed.
C.) Guests from third countries outside the EU/EFTA/Schengen (vaccinated with other vaccines):
Still no access to indoor areas. They currently have no possibility to convert their certificates. For them there are the possibilities of room service, meals on terraces and testing. Details about the possibility for testing (free of charge until the end of September) can be found on www.bag.admin.ch/testing.
Daily 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. at the telephone number: +41 58 464 44 88.
With Travelcheck of the Federal Office of Public Health you can check whether and under which conditions you are allowed to enter Switzerland.
Many companies in Davos Klosters have registered for the company tests in Graubünden. In this way, they offer all employees the opportunity to actively participate in the fight against the coronavirus with saliva tests. The Davos Destination Organisation is also taking part in the company tests. Because we do everything we can to offer our guests a pleasant and safe experience in Davos Klosters.
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.
On our events page we will keep you up to date on which events can be held and which are cancelled or postponed. Basically, we are looking for solutions with the organisers in order to hold the events - in strict compliance with the conditions.