We’ve assembled the most current travel information so you can find it all in one place. Helpful links below will make it easy for you to navigate the requirements of travel during the Covid pandemic.
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Effective May 2nd, 2022, Switzerland is fully open to all visitors with no COVID restrictions!
- No COVID related entry regulations (no vaccination requirements, no locator form, no pre-arrival testing) will be enforced by the Swiss government.
- No COVID related measures within Switzerland (no mask mandate, no Swiss COVID certificate).
- Wearing of masks in public transportation and crowded places is not mandatory but recommended.
- Important: Be sure to check regulations for all countries you are traveling to, and any requirements for return to your home country.
US residents can find current info and entry restrictions at the Swiss US Embassy website.
The Swiss government maintains a comprehensive travelcheck.admin.ch website, where you entry regulations for your specific circumstance when traveling to Switzerland, or find the latest Covid-19 entry updates here.
Effective June 1st, 2022, Italy is fully open to all visitors with no COVID restrictions!
Further, the Green Pass (proof of vaccination) is no longer needed for hotels, shops or public transportation, but masks are still required for public transportation in Italy. Make sure to bring one and use it when getting on a bus, train or cable car.
US residents can find current info and entry restrictions at the Italian US Embassy website.
As of August 1, 2022, France has removed all Covid-related entry restrictions.
- Travelers no longer have any formalities to complete before arriving into mainland or overseas France, and the COVID certificate can no longer be requested, irrespective of the country or area of origin;
- Proof of a compelling reason for travel can no longer be requested;
- Travelers no longer need to present a sworn declaration that they are not infected with COVID-19 and pledge to take an antigen test or biological exam upon arrival into France.
US residents can find current info and entry restrictions at the French US Embassy website.
The French diplomatie site also has a good Q&A page, Coming to France, your Covid-19 Questions answered.
Current travel advisories for travelers entering France can be found here.
As of June 12, 2022, no more testing requirements for returning to the US!
See the CDC website for current information. The CDC says they will reevaluate in 90 days, and could reinstate testing requirements if the situation changes.
Travel insurance is always a good idea, but now with the potential for a positive test – even a false positive – disrupting travel plans, an insurance policy is more important than ever. See our Trip Insurance page for more info, find an appropriate plan, and give yourself some peace of mind.
Please contact your Trip insurance provider for specific questions about what is covered.