COVID-19 certificate

7. FAQ on the COVID certificate

The following frequently asked questions will be regularly updated and completed. 

COVID Certificate - in general

What does the COVID certificate look like?

The COVID certificate consists of a QR code generated by the Confederation, with the consent of the person concerned, and issued at cantonal level by the competent authorities (e.g. vaccination centres for persons vaccinated from 21 June onwards; testing centres, analysis laboratories etc.).

Depending on the case, the COVID certificate can be issued either in PDF format by digital means or in paper format.

  • In addition to the surname, first name, date of birth and a certificate number, the COVID certificate in paper form contains information on the COVID-19 vaccination, the illness recovery or the negative result of a PCR test or a rapid antigen test. The QR code is the central element of the COVID certificate. An electronic signature of the Swiss Confederation makes it unforgeable and guarantees the authenticity of the document.
     
  • The digital version of the COVID certificate can be used via the "COVID Certificate" application, which you can download free of charge from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. All you have to do is scan the QR code of your COVID certificate with the application and save it on your phone. No data is saved in a centralised system.

You will be able to store multiple certificates in the COVID Certificate application, (e.g. multiple negative test results but also certificates of family members). The application will also inform you about the validity of your certificate and its expiry date in Switzerland.

To present the certificate, you can either use the paper document or the QR code on your phone.

Caution
In general, when inspected, your COVID certificate is only valid if it is presented together with your identity document. The information (surname and first name) on the COVID certificate must be identical to that on your identity document.
We invite you to check that these data match upon receipt of your certificate and to report any necessary corrections to the authority issuing your certificate.

 

What is the COVID "light" certificate?

The "light" version of the Covid certificate is only used in Switzerland. Its existence was imposed by the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner to ensure data minimisation.

Generated by the FOPH's servers in the same way as the basic certificates via the "Covid Cert" application, this version aims to limit the circulation of personal health data associated with the Covid certificate, as it contains only the surname, first name and date of birth of the holder, but no information regarding the immune status and the way in which the certificate was obtained.

This version may be useful as of 13 September, when the certificate will be requested much more frequently in Switzerland.

 The "light" version may only be used in Switzerland and is valid for 48 hours, due to data protection issues as well as the validity of certificates obtained through negative testing.

How to use it

  • Open the "Covid Cert" application on your smartphone.
  • Press the QR code of your certificate to access the options.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the screen that displays your QR code again and press the "Certificate light" option.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the explanations regarding the light version.
  • Press the large blue "Activate" button to generate the light certificate. The certificate appears as a blue (not black) QR code. It contains a 48-hour countdown for the validity of the certificate. When this light certificate has expired, a new one can be generated by repeating the above procedure.
  • To revert to the normal version of the certificate - e.g. for presentation abroad - simply press the red "Deactivate" button (you will have to scroll down to reach this button).

 

What is the validity length of my COVID certificate?

It depends on how you obtained it:

  • After a vaccination: valid for 12  months* (365 days following the administration of the last dose of vaccine, as per the FOPH decision of 22nd June 2021)
  • After a cured COVID-19: valid for 6 months* (please note that the validity of the certificate starts on the 11th day after the positive test result and lasts 180 days following the test result).
  • With a negative PCR test: valid 72 hours starting from the time of sample collection
  • With an antigenic (rapid) test: valid 48 hours starting from the time of sample collection (please note that it is not necessarily recognised everywhere outside Switzerland).

* The time frames related to vaccination or to post COVID recovery may change (i.e. be extended) depending on the state of knowledge about the duration of immunity and the standards required by the European Union. In this case, you will not need to do anything as the extension will be implemented automatically and will be displayed on the QR code.

 

 

 


Administrative procedures to obtain a COVID certificate

How does one obtain a COVID certificate?

There are three types of COVID certificates: 

 

Vaccination

Cured COVID illness

Negative test

Conditions

Vaccination with two doses, or

documented infection* and

one vaccine dose

Positive PCR test

Negative PCR test or negative

antigen test

Validity period

365 days

180 days

72 hours (48 hours for antigen test)

Beginning of validity

From the 2nd dose (or single dose)

11 days after the test

Time of sample collection

* By a PCR test, an antigen test or a positive serology

Depending on the context (following vaccination, following a cured COVID illness of less than 6 months and documented by a PCR test, or following a negative PCR or antigenic test), the procedure to obtain a COVID certificate will not be the same.

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You will find on this website, the details for each step.

How do I register a COVID certificat COVID on my smartphone or my computer?

For vaccinated persons who receive their certificate digitally, it is advisable to carry out the procedure on a computer. This procedure allows you to obtain the certificate in PDF format.

To receive your certificate in PDF format via a mobile phone or computer (through a series of 4 SMS messages sent by the cantonal and federal health authorities), you can consult the tutorial below which provides step by step information on how to download the COVID certificate and save it as a file on your mobile phone or computer.

Consult the step by step instructions document 

It is now possible to download a vaccination certificate as many times as you like to your smartphone or computer, from the URL link and the six-digit code that were sent by SMS. It is therefore recommended that you keep both SMS messages (the one with the six digit code and the one with the download link).

Useful tip: 
For people who do not have a smartphone or are not familiar with smartphones, it is advisable to download and save the COVID Certificate (PDF format) from their computer. To access the online form, simply copy the link received by SMS into the browser window on the computer. (There are no letters "O" or "o" in these codes, only zeros).

In addition to saving the pdf file on your computer or smartphone or making a paper printout of your certificate, you can also register your certificate via the Covid Certificate APP.

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

For faster processing of applications, people who have received two doses of vaccine can contact the hotline directly (0800 909 400) and not use the e-application form in any of the following situations:
- Error on their COVID certificate
- SMS not received
- Difficulty downloading their certificate to their mobile phone or computer

 

How do I download the COVID certificate application in order to register my certificate on my mobile phone?

Certificats COVID APP
Certificats COVID APP

 

There are two applications available:

 

  1. The "COVID Certificate" application allows people to store their COVID certificate (and those of their relatives) on their mobile phone.
  2. The "COVID Certificate Check" application is used to check the authenticity and validity of a COVID certificate. It scans the QR code on the paper certificate or on a mobile phone.

Both APPs are available for free on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

There is another application "COVID Certificate Check" which is used to check certificates. It can also be downloaded.
 

Why is my consent needed to obtain my certificate?

In order to comply with the data protection requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act (DPA) and the Cantonal Act on Public Information, Access to Documents and the Protection of Personal Data (LIPAD), COVID certificates will not be issued automatically and their issuance will require active consent from the person vaccinated, tested or cured. 

This is because this process involves transferring your data to the Confederation's certificate generation system. The data received by the Confederation is only used to generate the certificate and is not stored.

So, for example, in the context of vaccination, whether you are already fully vaccinated before 21st June and therefore receive your certificate digitally, or whether you still need to be vaccinated as from 21st June, in which case you will receive your certificate directly at your vaccination centre, your consent will be required before your certificate is issued. A transfer of your medical data from the vaccination site to the federal system is carried out in order to produce the certificate.

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

I received a digit code by SMS after having registered for a COVID certificate. What must I do with it?

In certain contexts, this code is necessary to obtain your COVID certificate.

You must save this code because you will need to use it when the link to download (as many times as you need) your certificate is sent to you by SMS. Without this code, you will not be able to access your certificate once it has been issued by the Confederation. 

This code allows the issuing authorities to ensure that the person downloading the certificate is the person who requested it when filling in the online form.

It is now possible to download a vaccination certificate as many times as you like to your smartphone or computer, from the URL link and the six-digit code that were sent by SMS. It is therefore recommended that you keep both SMS messages (the one with the six digit code and the one with the download link).

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

I don't have a mobile phone. A family member signed me up for vaccination. How must I obtain my COVID certificate?

You should inform your relative that he/she will receive an SMS which is addressed to you by name as it concerns your COVID certificate.

If you wish to obtain your certificate, you must tell your relative that you authorise him/her to register on line requesting to be sent the COVID certificate on your behalf, as you are informed of the process underway. 

After this confirmation, your relative will also receive the secret code by SMS, which he or she should keep carefully. This code will be used to download the digital copy of your COVID certificate that will be sent to your relative afterwards by means of another SMS.

If this code is lost, your relative will not be able to access your COVID certificate.

Once your relative has received the digital copy of your COVID certificate, he or she will be able to print out a paper copy and give it to you.

We thank all helpers, friend and family members for their kind assistance!
 

I signed up one or many close relatives or friends for vaccination using my mobile phone. What must I do with all the SMS that I receive?

If you used your mobile phone to register yourself and other people for vaccination, you will receive several SMS messages  - one SMS message per COVID certificate for each of these people and for yourself. Each SMS will give access to a different registration form for each certificate.

We would be grateful if you could contact your family member(s) and/or friends to inform them of the current process. If these persons wish to receive their COVID certificate, it is up to you to ensure the necessary follow-up by registering them on their behalf. 

After this registration, it will also be you who will receive the secret 6 digit code(s) by SMS - one per person vaccinated - which you should keep carefully. Each code will be used to download the digital copy of each COVID certificate that you will receive by means of a fourth SMS sent to you by the authorities. 

Once you have received the digital copies of the COVID certificates, you can print out paper copies and pass them on to your relatives or friends as soon as possible.

Please note that it is now possible to download a vaccination certificate as many times as you like to your smartphone or computer, from the URL link and the six-digit code that were sent by SMS. It is therefore recommended that you keep both SMS messages (the one with the six digit code and the one with the download link).

Thank you very much for your help!

 

My mobile phone isn't a smartphone and it doesn't have an interactive screen. Will I still be able to receive my COVID certificate?

Yes, all you have to do is copy the web link received in the SMS into the internet browser window on a computer. The form to apply for the COVID certificate is available online. 

The six-digit secret code will also be sent to you by SMS. You will have to keep it carefully until you receive the last SMS with the web link allowing you to download your certificate. Again, you can copy this web link into the internet browser window on a computer. The certificate will be available online.

Please note that it is now possible to download a vaccination certificate as many times as you like to your smartphone or computer, from the URL link and the six-digit code that were sent by SMS. It is therefore recommended that you keep both SMS messages (the one with the six digit code and the one with the download link).

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

For faster processing of applications, people who have received two doses of vaccine can contact the hotline directly (0800 909 400) and not use the e-application form in any of the following situations:
- Error on their COVID certificate
- SMS not received
- Difficulty downloading their certificate to their mobile phone or computer

 

Can I store my spouse's COVID certificate on my mobile phone?

Yes, it is perfectly possible to download several certificates, for example, the certificates of a spouse or children, and to keep them at hand on a single cell phone. The "COVID Certificate" application which allows this operation is available free of charge on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
 

I was vaccinated in a pharmacy. How may I obtain my COVID certificate?

If you provided a mobile phone number, you will receive an SMS inviting you to obtain a certificate.

If you did not provide a mobile phone number when you were vaccinated, but you do have access to a mobile phone, you may apply for a certificate online, by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

Please note that a mobile phone is required to use the online COVID Certificate e-démarches form. 
Person who does not have access to digital tools (mobile phone, computer and internet tools) and who does not have a close relative with a mobile phone who could help him/her with the process, can contact the COVID-19 General Information Line (0800 909 400). 

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

The vaccination centre where I was vaccinated has closed. Will I be able to receive my COVID certificate?

Yes, in all cases.

  • If you have been fully vaccinated before 21st June and have provided a mobile phone number, you will receive an SMS inviting you to register online to obtain a certificate (see chapter on this matter).
     
  • If you did not provide a mobile phone number when you were vaccinated, but you do have access to a mobile phone, you may apply for a certificate online, by filling in the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.
  • And for all persons vaccinated from 21st June onwards, certificates will be issued directly at the vaccination centres. If this is your case but you did not receive your certificate, you may apply for a certificate online, by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

Please note that a mobile phone is required to use the online COVID Certificate e-démarches form. 
Person who does not have access to digital tools (mobile phone, computer and internet tools) and who does not have a close relative with a mobile phone who could help him/her with the process, can contact the COVID-19 General Information Line (0800 909 400). 

 

 


Frequently met problems  

What must I do if I lose my mobile phone where I stored my COVID certificate, and I don't have a paper version of this COVID certificate?

If you lose your mobile phone where you stored your certificate using the « COVID Certificate Check », or the  « COVID Certificate » application, and if you don't have a paper document, you can obtain a duplicate in the following way:

  • For the vaccination certificate, you can apply for a new certificate online, by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch

    Please note that a mobile phone is required to use the online COVID Certificate e-démarches form. 
    Person who does not have access to digital tools (mobile phone, computer and internet tools) and who does not have a close relative with a mobile phone who could help him/her with the process, can contact the COVID-19 General Information Line (0800 909 400). 

  • For the certificate of recovery (cured persons), you might have to make a new request via the Confederation's form or by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.
  • For the test certificate, it is possible to request a copy from the institution where you were tested.
     

I didn't mention a mobile phone number when I registered for vaccination. Can I still receive a COVID Certificate?

Yes, if you have access to a mobile phone, you may fill in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

Please note that a mobile phone is required to use the online COVID Certificate e-démarches form. 
Person who does not have access to digital tools (mobile phone, computer and internet tools) and who does not have a close relative with a mobile phone who could help him/her with the process, can contact the COVID-19 General Information Line (0800 909 400). 

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

I changed my mobile phone number since I registered for vaccination. What should I do?

You may fill in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch

Please note that a mobile phone is required to use the online COVID Certificate e-démarches form. 
Person who does not have access to digital tools (mobile phone, computer and internet tools) and who does not have a close relative with a mobile phone who could help him/her with the process, can contact the COVID-19 General Information Line (0800 909 400). 

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

On the application form, the date of birth displayed was wrong by one day. What can be done about this?

Situations involving a date of birth that was wrong by +/- 1 day have been reported in the summary application data for several individuals and this gap issue has been addressed. The display error does not affect the certificate which contains the correct date of birth. 

If you encounter this situation, you should confirm that the information is accurate and download the certificate as if the date was right. When you receive your certificate, it should contain the correct date of birth. If this is not the case, to obtain a new, corrected certificate, you can apply online by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

For faster processing of applications, people who have received two doses of vaccine can contact the hotline directly (0800 909 400) and not use the e-application form in any of the following situations:
- Error on their COVID certificate
- SMS not received
- Difficulty downloading their certificate to their mobile phone or computer

 

There is a spelling mistake in my name on my COVID certificate? What must I do?

The COVID certificate is personal. When checked, the certificate holder may be asked to prove his or her identity by means of an official identification document with a photo (e.g. an identity card). The information on the certificate - surname(s), first name(s), date of birth - should be identical to the information on the identity document.

Upon receipt of your certificate, please check that the data matches. If such is not the case, a new certificate may be requested.  

  • For a test certificate: please report any necessary corrections to the authority who issued your certificate.
  • For a vaccination or a post-cure certificate: to obtain a new, corrected certificate, you can apply online, by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.
For faster processing of applications, people who have received two doses of vaccine can contact the hotline directly (0800 909 400) and not use the e-application form in any of the following situations:
- Error on their COVID certificate
- SMS not received
- Difficulty downloading their certificate to their mobile phone or computer

 

The validity of my certificate indicates "expired" despite the fact I was vaccinated less than a year ago. What should I do?

Following the FOPH's decision on 22nd June to extend the validity of the COVID-19 vaccination (Moderna or Pfizer) from 6 months to one year, the Swiss COVID Cert applications have been updated. If your certificate indicates "expired", this may be due to the fact that you don't have the latest version of the COVID Cert application and you need to update the application in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store accessible on your mobile phone screen.

 


COVID Certificate and travel 

Where shall I be able to travel with my COVID certificate?

The Swiss COVID certificate is internationally compatible with the digital certificate developed by the European Union, which has officially recognised the Swiss COVID certificate as equivalent since the 9th July.

However, a COVID certificate is not a guarantee for entry into other countries, as each state may enact and adapt its own entry regulations according to the evolution of the epidemiological situation. This is why the COVID certificate states: "This certificate is not a travel document / Le présent certificat n'est pas un document de voyage."

As far as its use in the European Union (EU) and the Schengen area is concerned, just like the digital  certificate issued in Europe, the COVID certificate should facilitate the free circulation of persons in the EU and the Schengen area, but it will not be a condition for free circulation. Border crossings will ultimately depend on each state.

If you are travelling abroad, you should find out about the health requirements of the country you intend to visit and - if applicable - of the transit countries if you are travelling by land.

See also :

 

I intend travelling with my family during the holidays. Will my certificate cover my children?

No. The certificate applies on an individual basis only. You should check with your travel agent or the appropriate authorities of the country you intend to visit to find out how children and young people can enter their territory.
 

As from when will my COVID certificate be valid to travel?

The COVID certificate is valid as soon as it is issued. The obligation to present it for travel depends on each country.

The recognition of the Swiss COVID certificate, the period of time before the COVID certificate is valid and the length of validity of the certificate may all depend on the rules in force in the country you intend to visit. It is therefore necessary to find out about each State entry conditions in terms of sanitary measures applicable in the country you wish to travel to and also in all countries of transit.

See also :

 

Does my COVID certificate allow me to return to Switzerland without restrictions after a trip abroad?

Persons with a COVID certificate issued after vaccination or being cured from a COVID-19 infectin are exempt from travel quarantine and other border health measures.

See also:
COVID-19 - Travelling and quarantine
FOPH website Coronavirus- Entering in Switzerland.

 

 


Recognition of vaccinations or certificates obtained abroad

I was vaccinated abroad. Can I receive a COVID certificate in Geneva?

Vaccines currently authorised in Switzerland are Comirnaty® from Pfizer/BioNTech (2 doses), Spikevax® from Moderna (2 doses), Janssen from Johnson & Johnson (1 dose).

Currently, only people who are fully vaccinated with the vaccines authorised in Switzerland can obtain a COVID certificate. This includes people who have received a first dose of AstraZeneca's Vaxzevria® vaccine + second dose of Comirnaty® or Spikevax®.

It is to be noted that the EU digital COVID certificate (issued by the EU and EFTA member states) is recognised in all places requiring the COVID certificate in Switzerland.

Furthermore, on 17 September, the Federal Council is expected to decide on a possible authorisation to obtain the COVID certificate for persons vaccinated with vaccines recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). This will include a full vaccination after 2 doses of Vaxzevria®.

A person is considered fully vaccinated in the following cases:

  • for vaccination with two doses: on the day of administration of the second dose; this also applies to a first dose of Vaxzevria® followed by the second dose of Comirnaty® or Spikevax®;
  • for vaccination with a single dose (Janssen): on the 22nd day after the administration of the dose;
  • for people with confirmed infection: on the day of the single dose of Comirnaty®, Spikevax®, Vaxzevria®, or on the 22nd day after the single dose of Janssen vaccine.

You can check whether you are eligible for a COVID certificate by filling online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

Important
In the context of COVID-19 vaccination and COVID certificates, the canton does not use Twitter or WhatsApp accounts.

 

 


 Gateways to the COVID certificate

I underwent a blood test (serology), the result is positive for COVID-19. How can I obtain a certificate?

There are two ways to apply for a COVID certificate:

  1. You wish to be vaccinated or you have received 1 dose of vaccine at least 14 days after the blood test (serology). You may apply for your certificate by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch. This certificate is valid from the day of vaccination for 12 months.
  2. If you do not want to be vaccinated, you can request a COVID certificate following a negative test result. A professional at the place where the test is carried out (screening centre, laboratory or pharmacy) will issue your certificate on the spot.
  • With a rapid antigen test (performed by a professional with a result within 30 minutes), the certificate is valid for 48 hours.
  • With a PCR test (done by a professional with a result taking several hours), the certificate is valid for 72 hours.

 

I am cured of COVID-19, tested with a rapid antigen test (performed by a professional with the result in 30 minutes). How can I get a certificate?

There are two ways to apply for a COVID certificate:

  1. You wish to be vaccinated or you have received 1 dose of vaccine at least 28 days after the test date. To apply for a COVID certificate, you will receive an SMS within a week after the vaccination. If you still have not received an SMS 7 days after your vaccination, you may apply for your certificate by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch. This certificate is valid from the day of vaccination for 12 months.
  2. If you do not want to be vaccinated, you can request a COVID certificate following a negative test result. A professional at the place where the test is carried out (screening centre, laboratory or pharmacy) will issue the certificate on the spot.
  • With a rapid antigen test (performed by a professional with a result within 30 minutes), the certificate is valid for 48 hours.
  • With a PCR test (done by a professional with a result taking several hours), the certificate is valid for 72 hours.

 

I am cured of COVID-19, tested with a PCR test (performed by a professional with the result in several hours). How can I get a certificate?

There are different ways to apply for a COVID certificate:

  1. You were ill less than 6 months ago. You do not need to be vaccinated to receive a COVID certificate. You can apply for a COVID certificate on the FOPH website. The certificate is valid from the 11th day after the test date (positive result) for 6 months.
  2. You wish to be vaccinated or you have received 1 dose of vaccine at least 28 days after the test date. To apply for the COVID certificate, you will receive an SMS within a week after the vaccination. If you still have not received an SMS 7 days after your vaccination, you may apply for your certificate by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch. The certificate is valid from the day of vaccination for 12 months.
  3. You were ill more than 6 months ago and do not want to be vaccinated. You can request a COVID certificate following a negative test result. A professional at the place where the test is carried out (screening centre, laboratory or pharmacy) will issue the certificate on the spot.
  • With a rapid antigen test (done by a professional with a result within 30 minutes), the certificate is valid for 48 hours.
  • With a PCR test (done by a professional with a result taking several hours), the certificate is valid for 72 hours.

 

Can I receive a COVID certificate if the mimimum time interval between my two vaccines wasn't met?

Having received 2 doses of vaccine within 21 days or less for Pfizer and 28 days or less for Moderna is too short a time period to develop a sufficient immune response and is therefore considered to be a single dose.

If this is your case, you will need to receive a third dose of vaccine within the recommended timeframe to access the certificate. Please contact the COVID information line on 0800 909 400 for more information or submit a request for a third vaccination by email.

 

 


 Other official documents vs Covid Certificate

Are the vaccination certificates I received when I was vaccinated valid? Can they replace the COVID certificate?

The certificates issued by your vaccination centre may not be recognised abroad. They cannot replace the COVID certificate when this is explicitly requested.

It is therefore necessary to find out about the entry conditions in your destination country and any countries of transit, in terms of sanitary requirements.

See also :

 

How about my yellow international vaccination leaflet? Can it remplace the COVID certificate?

This document may not be recognised in all countries.

It is therefore necessary to find out about the entry conditions in your destination country and any countries of transit, in terms of health measures.

See also :

 

 


Data security 

Where will my data be stored for the COVID certificate?

The COVID certificate is only stored locally, in your mobile phone application (using the « COVID Certificate Check », or the  « COVID Certificate » applications). Neither personal data nor certificates are stored in a centralised system.

If your mobile phone where you stored your certificate or your paper document is lost, a new certificate must be requested. To obtain a new certificate, you can apply online, by filling in online the COVID Certificates e-démarches application form | ge.ch.

 

 
Check also:

Frequently asked questions (FOPH)

 

If you have any further questions regarding the COVID certificate, please do not hesitate to call the COVID-19 general information lines :

COVID-19 general information ligne (0800 909 400) - free call  - 7/7 - 8h-19h

From Switzerland: 0800 909 400
From abroad: 41 22 427 8590

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