Health information portal

We are delighted to welcome you back to Verbier!

Rest assured, the whole resort complies with all the health guidelines to guarantee you a stay that’s as safe and comfortable as can be. But we also need your help in continuing to welcome visitors to Verbier! That’s why this page also aims to provide you with helpful advice and ideas, so you have the best possible stay and return home from here with some unforgettable memories − in complete safety.

Welcome back to Verbier!

[Last update: May 2023]

Covid tests

Make an appointment for a COVID test via the link below.

Practical advice for visitors

How to help us :

You’ll see, it’s quite straightforward: there are just four small things you can do yourselves, as individuals in our community of responsible visitors. We thank you in advance for following these recommendations for the health and safety of your family, friends, other travellers and the local community.

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Observe social distancing

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Wash your hands regularly and carefully

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Cough and sneeze into a handkerchief or into your elbow

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If you show symptoms, get tested


All measures related to COVID-19 are lifted. Entry into Switzerland from all countries of the world is again possible according to the rules in force before the pandemic.


  • How long is the quarantine period in Switzerland?

    The Federal Council has abolished all quarantines, including for sick people and contact cases.

  • Where can I get a test when staying in Verbier?

    The following institutions offer rapid (lateral flow) and PCR tests. You can make an appointment by clicking here.

  • What should I do if I fall ill?

    If you experience symptoms, you can check if you need to see a doctor by visiting this website: If necessary, call a doctor, the Federal coronavirus hotline on +41 (0)58 463 00 00 or the Canton of Valais hotline on +41 (0)58 433 01 44. Follow their recommendations, which may be to take a test or undergo additional examinations. 

    For further information, do not hesitate to visit the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health’s dedicated website here.

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Seasonal workers

Entry formalities
  • What are the entry rules for seasonal workers from other countries?

    To find answers to this question about people from other countries, we recommend you visit the Federal Office of Public Health’s webpage Entering Switzerland. 

    From the 17th of February 2022, no further measures will be required to enter Switzerland for people from countries in the EU and EFTA. Travellers from countries outside the EU and EFTA must be fully vaccinated with a recognised vaccine :

    – Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2 / Comirnaty® / Tozinameran)
    – Moderna (mRNA-1273 / Spikevax / COVID-19 vaccine Moderna)
    – AstraZeneca (AZD1222 Vaxzevria®/ Covishield™)
    – Janssen / Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)
    – Sinopharm / BIBP (SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (Vero Cell)
    – Sinovac (CoronaVac)

  • Where can I get details of current health measures ?

    Regarding current measures at national level, please visit the Federal Office of Public Health website:

    As for current measures at cantonal level, please refer to the Canton of Valais’s website:

    Please note that cantonal authorities may take additional measures to combat the pandemic in line with their particular situation. Whichever of the measures (national or cantonal) is stricter will prevail in each case.

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