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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, restaurant terraces, and camping sites are also open and looking forward to welcoming you. The following measures apply to the Engadin:

Assemblies and meetings in public spaces
Assemblies and meetings in public spaces are allowed again without restrictions.

Private events
Private gatherings of family and friends are permitted with up to 30 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors without protection plans.

Events with an audience
Events with an audience are allowed. A maximum of 100 people are allowed indoors and 300 people outdoors. Seating and masks are compulsory. Only half of the seats may be occupied at most and the distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained. Consumption is allowed while seated if the contact details of all those present have been collected.

Interiors and terraces of restaurants are open. A maximum of four people per table is allowed inside, and a maximum of 6 people per table is allowed outside. A distance of 1.5 meters must be maintained between tables or a barrier must be installed. Contact details must be collected from all persons.
Public viewings or concerts are permitted in catering establishments as long as all of the above requirements are met.
Discotheques and dance halls remain closed.

Hotels are open and allowed to serve their hotel guests in their hotel restaurants and bars. Likewise, the hotel's own wellness facilities are open

Stores may be open provided they abide by the protection concepts and limit the number of persons as instructed.

Cultural and entertainment facilities open to the public may operate subject to the following conditions:

  • Mask and distance requirements apply, except for activities during which a mask cannot be worn, such as singing at a choir rehearsal.
  • Performances by amateur cultural workers are again possible. The rules for public events apply (see Events with an audience.)
  • Choir concerts are allowed outdoors.
  • Village tours may be held indoors with a maximum of 30 people and outdoors with a maximum of 50 people.

Entertainment and leisure
Museums and reading rooms of libraries and archives are open. Indoors, a mask must always be worn and the required distance maintained. Cinemas, theaters, and concert halls may reopen on a limited basis. A maximum of 100 people are admitted (inside buildings,) and no more than half of the seats for visitors may be occupied. Seating is compulsory and masks must be worn. A minimum distance of 1.5m must be maintained between visitors
Consumption is allowed while seated, provided that the contact details of all those present have been collected. Discotheques and dance halls must remain closed.

For sports, a maximum group size of 50 people, including the instructor, applies to adults over the age of 20. No maximum group size for children and youth under 20. Masks are mandatory if the minimum distance of 1.5 m cannot be maintained.

Indoor sports

  • Group sports are allowed up to a maximum of 50 people.
  • Masks are compulsory and the distance must be maintained. Exceptions are activities where a mask cannot be worn, such as endurance training in fitness centers.
  • In these exceptional cases, stricter distance requirements apply.
  • Competitions are allowed again under these conditions, but competitions of team sports are only allowed outdoors.
  • Sports with physical contact are allowed indoors without masks in consistent groups of no more than four people.
  • The minimum area requirement for quiet indoor sports (e.g. yoga) is reduced to 10 m2.

Indoor swimming pools, thermal baths, and wellness facilities
Indoor swimming pools, thermal baths, and wellness facilities are allowed to open. A minimum area of 15 m2 per person applies uniformly. Activities (e.g. swimming) may be performed without a mask - but the minimum distance must be maintained.

Tourist Information
The tourist information offices are open according to the published opening hours:

Mountain railroads
With the start of the summer season, the federal government's special provisions for ski resorts were withdrawn. For the mountain railroads, the protection concepts from last summer will presumably apply again. Thus, the mask obligation will apply as it does for public transport.
As was the case last summer, the mountain railroads plan to not fully utilize the maximum capacity of closed cabins where possible and instead operate more frequently to prevent crowding.

Public transport
Masks are required on public transport throughout Switzerland, including in waiting and access areas. This applies, for example, at stops, on platforms, and in train stations. You can find detailed information here.

Compulsory wearing of masks
Masks are compulsory in all publicly accessible facilities and indoor areas. This includes, for example, stores, banks, and cinemas. A detailed list of all places where you must wear a mask can be found here.

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

The Federal Council's media release:

The media release from the government of the Canton of Graubünden

**Last Update: 28.05.2021, 09:00am

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!