The hygiene measures for retail trade are based on the cantonal regulations. Masks are still compulsory in indoor areas accessible to the public.
The responsibility of the enforcement of the compulsory mask regulation in public indoor spaces lies with the respective institutions or businesses. In the event of noncompliance fines may be imposed. The municipalities are in charge of the controls.
Events to which only visitors with Covid certificates are admitted can be held without limits. This means that large events with more than 10,000 people can be held. Events with more than 1,000 people require a cantonal permit. Events to which visitors without a Covid certificate are also admitted are subject to the following limits:
Events and concerts where visitors dance remain prohibited
Private meetings with family and friends are permitted with up to 30 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors without protection concepts.
Assemblies and meetings in public spaces are allowed again without restrictions.
The horse buses can still be booked, provided that a purely tourist passenger transport is offered in compliance with the currently applicable hygiene and distance rules.
Village tours can take place outdoors without restrictions. Indoors, masks are mandatory and the distance requirement must be observed.
Masks are compulsory on public transport throughout the country.
The busses operate according to the summer season timetable,
please see engadinbus.ch/online-fahrplan
The PostAuto operates again until Chiavenna.
Masks are compulsory on public transport throughout Switzerland.
The Glacier Express runs with one train in each direction between St. Moritz and Zermatt.
Hotels and restaurants are open. Indoors in restaurants, bars, and clubs, the following rules apply:
With the start of summer season, the federal government's special provisions for ski resorts were withdrawn.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.
The usual measures apply: bathrooms, kitchens, door handles, light switches, remote controls, telephones, etc. will be disinfected, and the laundry will be cleaned by the Laundry & Cleaning Service.
For further information please contact the respective hotel or provider of holiday apartments.
Professional providers of holiday apartments implement the same safety concepts that are valid for hotels. Small-scale providers may use a model concept as published by the Swiss Tourist Association.
Hotels follow the directives of the hotel industry: https://www.hotelleriesuisse.ch/de/leistungen-und-support/coronavirus/hotelbetrieb