Here’s what you need to know before traveling to Switzerland.
Are you planning to travel to Switzerland soon?
Our experts have gathered all the latest and trusted information to help you stay on top of ever-changing travel requirements, red lists, quarantines, PCR test requirements, and border closures.
Can Mauritian Nationals travel to Switzerland? Yes
For Vaccinated travellers only.
Will I need a PCR test? Yes
Passengers need to provide a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before boarding their flight.
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Will I need to be vaccinated to travel there? Yes
Vaccines accepted are:
Pfizer – 0 days after second dose.
AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) – 0 days after second dose.
AstraZeneca (South Korea) – 0 days after second dose.
AstraZeneca (India) – 0 days after second dose.
Johnson & Johnson – 0 days after first dose.
Sinopharm Phase 1 – 0 days after second dose.
Sinovac – 0 days after second dose.
Moderna – 0 days after second dose.
Will I have to undergo a quarantine or isolation?
10 days self-isolation will be required for unvaccinated travelers if they come from areas of covid-19 variant.
Will I need a Visa?
Only required for stays over 90 days.
Will I need travel insurance? Yes
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Covid 19 Risk Level of the Country: High
What are the documents that I will need?
International Vaccination card + other required documents to enter Switzerland.
What do I need to know more?
Face masks must be worn in all enclosed public spaces, including shops, banks, churches and cinemas, and on public transport, including train stations, airports and bus and tram stops. Face masks must be worn at restaurants, except when consuming food.