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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 mountain railways are operating, and hotels, holiday apartments and camping sites are also open and looking forward to welcoming you – despite the mini-lockdown. The following measures apply to the Engadin:

Public events
Spontaneous gatherings of more than 5 persons are not permitted in public spaces such as town squares, streets, paths and parks. Children are also included in that number.

Private meetings
No more than five people may attend private gatherings. Children are also included in that number. Gatherings of people in public are also limited to five people.

Retail shops
With effect from Monday, 18 January, all shops and markets other than those selling essential everyday goods are to close. It will still be possible to collect ordered goods. The following shops may remain open: Grocery stores and other shops that sell short-term and daily necessities.

Hotels are still open and their hotel guests are allowed to dine in the hotel restaurants and bars. The hotels’ wellness facilities are also still open to hotel guests.

You will find a list of restaurants with delivery or take-away service here:

Takeaway businesses in ski areas may offer outdoor seating with a maximum of 4 persons per table (or parents with more than 2 children of their own).

Locations of entertainment and leisure activities
Places of entertainment and leisure activities such as cinemas, theaters, museums, libraries, clubs, wellness centers, ice sports facilities etc. remain closed. Outdoor leisure facilities and hotel wellness facilities for hotel guests are the exceptions to this rule.

Tourist Information
The Tourist Information are open Mondays to Saturdays. Please find the opening times here.
They remain closed on Sundays and public holidays. However, the tourist information points can be reached by phone or e-mail from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Exclusively for railway or baggage services, the tourist information point in Celerina, Bever and Zuoz are open Sundays and on national holidays.

Mask-wearing requirement
It is mandatory to wear a mask in all publicly accessible establishments and inside spaces. This includes shops, banks, cinemas and restaurants. You will find a detailed list of all the places in which it is mandatory to wear a mask here.

Nationwide mask-wearing requirement applies additionally

  • outside establishments and facilities, such as shops, venues, restaurants and bars, or at farmers’ and Christmas markets.
  • in busy pedestrian zones and wherever the required distance cannot be maintained in public spaces.
  • in schools from upper secondary level upwards.
  • From 18 January, masks must be worn indoors to protect employees where there is more than one person in a room. Maintaining a large distance between workspaces in the same room is no longer sufficient.
  • in the entire municipality of St. Moritz

  • Quarantine list
    The current Federal Council quarantine list can be found here:

    For the entire municipality of St. Moritz, the following measures apply
  • It is compulsory to wear a mask in the entire municipality of St. Moritz.
  • Community schools and day-care centers (with the exception of emergency care) will be closed until further notice.
  • All ski schools in the municipality will be closed for the time being. Since the St. Moritz Ski School also operates in Celerina and Samedan, these latter locations are also currently closed.

  • "Click & Collect" (order with collection) or home delivery
    Shops that have to remain closed may offer their customers the option of ordering via Internet, e-mail, telephone and on site during their regular opening hours. The order must be clearly expressed on site, i. e. sales consultations or fittings are not allowed.
    Items that have been ordered can be collected in the shop or delivered to a chosen address during regular opening hours.
    While operating in “Click & Collect-mode», shops are not allowed to open their sales areas to customers; only the access to a collect & pay area is permitted. An effective protection concept has to be developed and implemented.
    Not more three customers are allowed in the collect & pay area.
    No queues are allowed in front of the shop; a maximum of five people may wait in line.

    The rental of sports equipment is permitted, including on Sundays.

    5-person rule for holiday apartments
    Article 6 (2) of the Covid-19 Administrative Ordner from 18 January 18 2021 stipulates that a maximum of five people may take part in events involving family and friends. This includes holidays of all kinds.

    The Canton of Grisons answered the following practical questions relating to said issue
  • Parents with more than three children are allowed to stay in the same holiday apartment if they belong to the same household.
  • "Three-generation families" (grandparents / parents / children) or «patchwork families» of more than five people may stay in the same holiday apartment if they belong to the same household.
  • “Three-generation families” or «patchwork families» of more than five people who do not live in the same household at home, may not stay together in the same holiday apartment.
  • Larger “three-generation families” or holiday groups can split up in order to stay in more than one holiday apartment, as long as not more than five people share the same apartment. The family/group members are not allowed to meet (inside or outside their holiday homes) in groups of more than five people, for example, in order to dine together.)

  • Exception to the quarantine regulation for travelers from risk areas
    According to the Canton of Grison, there will be no quarantine obligation after entering Switzerland for foreign travelers if they have been vaccinated twice or have already tested positive for the coronavirus (verifiable within the last three months). From an epidemiological / infectious perspective, it would make no sense to order immune people (be it after vaccination or after an illness) to putting themselves in quarantine after entering the country, the canton announced.
    However, travelers from Great Britain and South Africa are exempt from this practice: they have to go into quarantine after entering Switzerland in any case.

    The Federal Council's media release:

    The media release from the government of the Canton of Graubünden

    **Last Update: 20.01.2021, 6:00pm

    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!