The Federal Council has decided to carefully and gradually relax the measures to fight the COVID 19 epidemic so that large parts of the economy can regain momentum as quickly as possible. The primary objective remains the protection of the population. As a result, the Swiss Government has decided – in coordination with Germany, Austria and France – that from 15 June onwards it will again be possible for everyone to travel to and between these countries.
After 3 months of “Stay at Home” respectively “Home Office”, starting in mid-June, branches or factories can finally be visited again, personal meetings can be rescheduled, or new possibilities and opportunities can be assessed and examined on site.
But how can this be done, if at the same time “social distancing” should still be practiced and warnings of large crowds of people are still being issued? The recommendation at home still remains: away from public transport, towards your own car.
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- Boarding and disembarking is done in separate, private terminals, without any waiting time
- Only you, your passengers and the crew are on board
- The safety and hygiene regulations (which amongst others also includes the professional disinfection of the entire cabin) can be complied with 100%
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Regulations until June 15th and for other countries
Cross-border travel until June 15th and travel to third countries is not categorically forbidden, but according to Federal Councillor Karin Keller-Sutter there must be a “good reason” for doing so.
We would be happy to clarify with the local authorities under which conditions a trip you are planning can be carried out before mid-June or from/to other countries.
Because just as at the beginning of the Corona crisis, when the feasibility of flights in the course of the increasingly restrictive restrictions had to be reassessed on a daily basis, the feasibility of travel must now also be reassessed continuously due to the relaxation steps which are handled differently from country to country.
What is true today (e.g. London currently only requires an up-to-date Health Declaration) may be different tomorrow. According to Karin Keller-Sutter, everything depends on the development of the corona case numbers, because there shall be no new dynamics in the infection process.