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Before traveling, we recommend that you consult the official website of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health and check the provisions in force by filling out the interactive Travelcheck, which provides specific and always up-to-date information for each type of traveler.

The EU Covid Digital Certification issued in Italy is recognized in Switzerland. ENTRANCE Entry into Switzerland is allowed for all travelers, regardless of the country of origin and the means of transport used, who present: a) a certificate certifying the completion of the vaccination cycle; b) a certificate of recovery from COVID-19.

If you do not have a certificate attesting to the conditions indicated in letter a) or letter b), you are allowed to enter the country on condition of presenting the negative result of a PCR test carried out within 72 hours prior to boarding, or antigen test carried out in the 48 hours prior to boarding.

These travelers will have to undergo a further test at their own expense, the result of which will be transmitted to the competent cantonal authorities. All persons entering Switzerland – vaccinated, cured or with a negative test – must complete the entry form

“Passenger Locator Form, SwissPLF”; this will allow the cantons to carry out random checks to verify whether unvaccinated or unhealed people have retested 4 to 7 days after their entry into Switzerland. Children under 16 are excluded from testing obligations but are also subject to quarantine obligations.

INFO FOR TRANSIT PASSENGERS For cross-border commuters, for those who cross Switzerland without stopping and for those who, as part of their professional activity, transport travelers or goods across borders, there is no need to carry out the test and to fill in the PLF.

Hungary – From 1 July 2021, Hungary allows entry, even for tourist reasons, to foreigners with an EU Green Pass COVID certificate upon arrival (Government Decree 366 of 30 June 2021).

CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED The Hungarian borders, closed from 1 September 2020, have been reopened pursuant to Government Decree 366 of 30 June 2021. From 1 July 2021, Hungary, like other EU states, allows entry to foreigners who present an EU COVID Green Pass certificate, showing alternatively: – vaccination against COVID-19 (validity of 270 days).

In order to enter Hungary, it is necessary to have obtained at least the first dose of the vaccine; – obtaining a negative anti-Covid PCR test (the test carried out within 72 hours of sampling is considered valid for entry into Hungary); -a certificate of recovery from COVID-19. Paper certifications (not green pass) are also accepted regarding PCR tests and COVID recovery certificates.

Paper certificates of vaccination certificates issued by some countries are not accepted (see Viaggiare Sicuri; Italy is not included). For official or business reasons it is possible to enter without restrictions even without a green pass. However, it is necessary to submit to the border authorities suitable documentation certifying the official or commercial nature of the trip.

No documentation is required for minors under the age of 6. AIRPORT TRANSITS Transit through Budapest Liszt Ferenc airport is allowed as long as you do not leave the international area. It is advisable to check that the flight segment purchased does not require a new check-in in Hungary.

TERRESTRIAL TRANSITS Under the Government Decree n. 347/2021 (VI.22.), Access to Hungary is allowed without restrictions to travelers entering from the territories of: Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia, exclusively through land border crossings. For entry from non-EU countries see the Viaggiare Sicuri website.

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