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It has become mandatory to show a ‘Kovid-19 status certificate’ for entry to closed areas in Switzerland


According to the data of the Federal Health Office (BAG) in Switzerland, which has a population of 8.6 million, 3 thousand 550 people in the last 24 hours Covid-19 case was detected and 7 people died.

With the number of cases climbing in recent weeks, the federal government has updated the Covid-19 rules across the country.

Accordingly, as of September 13, it has become mandatory to show a “Covid-19 status certificate” at the entrance to closed areas such as restaurants, bars, museums and sports centers.

A valid Swiss vaccination certificate requires proof of vaccination, recovery from infection, or a negative test result.

Age limit for certificate is 16

According to the government’s decision, employers and universities in the country will also be able to request Covid-19 vaccination certificates from their employees and students.

In Switzerland, the vaccination certificate is still valid at nightclubs and large-scale events.

The Covid-19 vaccination certificate will be valid for those over 16 years old and the application will last until January 24, 2022.

On the other hand, Swiss Health Minister Alain Berset, at a press conference in the capital Bern, stated that the epidemic remains serious in his country and stated that they will do their best to avoid a full shutdown.

According to BAG data, 10 thousand 544 people have died due to the epidemic in Switzerland and Liechtenstein to date.

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