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Safe through the winter

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Entering in Switzerland

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Information on the entry form

Current overview regulations

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All measures will be lifted as of 17 February 2022.

You can find more information under this link

Overview

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The most important facts in brief:

From Thursday, 17 February 2022, the following Switzerland-wide protection measures will be lifted:

  • the access restrictions by means of certificate (3G, 2G and 2G+ rule) to facilities and establishments such as cinemas, theatres and indoor areas of restaurants and at events
  • the obligation to wear masks in shops and in indoor areas of restaurants as well as of establishments open to the public, establishments and indoor areas of restaurants as well as at events and establishments such as cinemas, theatres and indoor areas of restaurants as well as at events.
  • No certificate obligation for the use of sports railways 

Test Centre in Fiesch

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  • From 8 December 2021, you can register for a rapid antigen test at the COVID Rapid Test Centre in the Fiesch public transport hub to obtain a Covid certificate (Validity Covid certificate). Please note the following:
     
    Registration
    We recommend that you register for the rapid test online via OneDoc (Website) to reduce your waiting time at the Centre.
     
    What you need to bring to the testYour personal ID (identity card or passport)
  • Insurance card (if available)
  • How and when you will get the test result
    You will be tested for coronavirus (Covid-19) using a rapid antigen test, which involves taking a swab of your nose/throat. After testing, you leave the Centre immediately. The result of your test is usually delivered within 20-30 minutes by text message/email in German and English. Please note that only rapid antigen tests are performed.

IMPORTANT: The Test Centre is open to adults and children from the age of 12. If you have symptoms, please consult a doctor
 

Test centres Upper Valais

Where can I get tested?

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Corona Test Centre Goms / Obergoms

Unterdorfstrasse 6

3998 Reckingen, by appointment under:  https://www.onedoc.ch/de/covid-test-zentrum 

 

Naters - Dorf Apotheke AG

PCR and rapid test
Landstr. 2

3904 Naters, by appointment under dorfapo.ch


Naters - Central Apotheke Dr. Fallert AG
PCR and rapid test
Furkastrasse 1

3904 Naters, by appointment under: www.central-apotheke.ch


Brig-Glis - Bahnhofapotheke Brig
PCR and rapid test
Bahnhofplatz 1

3900 Brig, by appointment under:  apobrig.ch


Brig-Glis - Rhodania Apotheke

rapid test
Gliserallee 8

3902 Brig-Glis, by appointment under: rhodania.ch


Brig-Glis - City Apotheke & Apotheke Dr Guntern
PCR and rapid test
Testzentrum, Gliserallee 68, auf Voranmeldung unter drguntern.ch


Brig-Glis - Apotheke Simploncenter
PCR and rapid test
Kantonsstrasse 58, by appointment under: coronatest@apotheke-simploncenter.ch


Visp – Spital Wallis
PCR and rapid test
by appointment only, preferably online at hopitalvs.ch/covid-test or by telephone under +41 27 604 22 88 (12:00h till 13:00h)


Susten – Susten Apotheke AG
PCR and rapid test
Sustenstrasse 18, by appointment under: susten-apotheke.ch



Sports railways

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Wearing a mask is compulsory in closed vehicles (gondolas, cable cars, etc.) and closed buildings (ticket halls, offices, etc.).

  • Mandatory wearing of masks in enclosed vehicles and indoors
  • Distance inside buildings
  • Ventilation of vehicles
  • In closed vehicles with standing room only and with a capacity of more than 25 persons, the capacity per vehicle is limited to 70% (aerial tramways and funiculars with small benches at the side included) of the capacity.
  • Organisation of an orderly queuing area outside with distance regulation


Bellwald Sportbahnen AG does not operate enclosed vehicles or enclosed buildings, according to which no certificate, mask or distance obligation applies for the winter operation 2021/22. The queuing area to the lifts is orderly and appropriately staked out and marked with distance signs. In general, in the interest of our industry and as a support to contain the spread of the corona virus, we recommend wearing a mask when queuing to the facilities, also in the outdoor area.

Contact
3997 Bellwald
+41 27 971 16 84
info@bellwald.ch