Want to Dine in Switzerland? You Will Need a Covid-19 ‘Certificate’

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Switzerland has announced that beginning today, a “COVID-19 certificate” will be required for anyone over age 16 who wishes to go inside restaurants, as well as into cultural and leisure facilities.

The rule — which also applies to tourists — will remain effective until January 24, 2022, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

“Based on the overall situation, the Federal Council has decided to extend the certificate requirement for persons aged 16 and over. This is to prevent hospitals from being overstretched. It will take two to three weeks for this measure to have an impact on the situation in the hospitals,” the statement of the Federal Council reads.

“Consequently, all persons who can prove that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, recovered from the disease, or those who have recently tested negative will be able to attend indoor places and several activities in Switzerland without being subject to restrictions,” the website reported.

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