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The current situation in Engadin and St. Moritz:

Information regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19

The current situation in Engadin St. Moritz:

Dear guests

The (holiday) time has come: the Engadin restaurants and hotels have opened their doors. Those of you who would like to start planning already can book their dream accommodation comfortably in our online HolidayShop.

The Federal Council has decided on the following measures:

Keep at least 1.5 metres away from other people, and continue to observe all safety recommendations and other social distancing rules as well as the hygiene rules issued by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH). All open businesses must comply with strict requirements to protect the health of employees, customers, teaching staff and students. Masks compulsory on public transport:

In view of the increasing volume of people travelling and the rising number of new infections since mid-June, it has decided to make masks compulsory on public transport throughout the country from Monday, 6 July. Persons over the age of 12 will have to wear a mask in trains, trams and buses, as well as on mountain rail and cableways and on lake and river boats. In addition to that, masks are also compulsory on horse carriages, on the National Park train and on board of the Bus Alpin.

Leisure facilities

All touristic facilities have reopened since 6 June 2020, e. g. mountain railways, camping grounds, tobogganing runs or rope courses. All leisure and entertainment businesses such as casinos, amusement parks, zoos and botanic gardens may reopen, as can swimming pools and spas.

Restaurants

As of 22 June, there will no longer be a requirement for customers at restaurants to be seated. The Federal Council is also lifting the fixed closing time for restaurants, discos and nightclubs.

Events and gatherings:

At its meeting on 12 August, the Federal Council took the decision to re-allow events for more than 1000 people from 1 October. Strict protective measures will apply and the events will have to be authorised by the cantons, taking into account the local epidemiological situation and their contact tracing capacity.

Tourist Information Offices

The Tourist Information Offices are open according to the opening hours as published on www.engadin.ch/en/about-us/contact.The service is provided with strict compliance with the measures based on a protection concept. The guests are kindly asked to follow the current rules as shown on the official FOPH-posters.

Opening of the borders

Since mid-June 2020, people arriving in Switzerland from certain countries and areas are required to go into quarantine. Anyone entering Switzerland from a country or area with a high risk of infection are legally mandated to go into quarantine. You will find the list of these countries and further information on the page "Mandatory quarantine for persons arriving in Switzerland"

Removed from the list on 7 September 2020: Belgium, El Salvador, Eswatini (Swazsiland), Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Oman.

www.admin.ch/gov/documentation/media-releases

Behaviour rules

In order to slow the spread of the "New Corona Virus" as efficiently as possible, we ask for your solidarity and support. In the appendix you will find the following information sheets:

  • Leaflet self-quarantine: What should you do if you have had close contact with a person who has tested positive for the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)?

  • Leaflet self-isolation without a positive test: What to do if you have a fever and cough and stay at home.

  • Leaflet self-isolation with positive test: What you have to do (and your people living in the same household, intimate contacts) if you are infected with the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and are isolated at home.

  • We have compiled the most important information for guests and locals below.

    Attention please!

    Corona virus/COVID-19 information

    Attention please!