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Safe Travel / COVID-19 - Entry and exit regulations

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France

Entering and leaving France

 


Please respect the current rules within France: www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19.

What are the rules for entering France?

France is using a traffic-light system to indicate the health situation of each country; currently, all countries are either on the "green" or "amber" list, each with different regulations. More information: www.interieur.gouv.fr/covid-19-deplacements-internationaux (French only).

The following rules currently apply:
If you are entering from a "green" country:

  • Vaccinated: Proof of vaccination
  • Non-vaccinated: Negative PCR test result < 72 hours or antigen test result < 48 hours or a valid certificate of recovery

If you are entering from an "amber" country:

You can find more information on entry here (French only)

Who can enter France via EuroAirport?

As a rule, French citizens can always enter France, as can people who have been vaccinated or who are entering from a country on the "green" list. Entry for unvaccinated persons from an "amber" country is only possible for compelling reasons: www.interieur.gouv.fr/covid-19-deplacements-internationaux. Strict border and document controls remain in place.

Who can leave France via EuroAirport?

Leaving France is no longer subject to any special conditions, except for unvaccinated persons travelling to an "amber" country. Please observe the entry requirements of your country of destination: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs (French only).
 


 

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Schweiz

Entering and leaving Switzerland

 


What are the rules for entering Switzerland?

No vaccination or recovery certificates or test results (neither PCR nor antigen test) are required for entry into Switzerland. Also, an entry form no longer needs to be presented.
This applies at EuroAirport for all passengers with Swiss citizenship or a residence permit for Switzerland, for all others the French rules apply.
However, continue to observe the applicable entry restrictions of the State Secretariat for Migration.
The interactive travel check tool shows you what rules apply to you.

Further information is available here:
Information for travellers
FAQ about entering and staying in Switzerland
Federal measures and ordinances 

Who can enter Switzerland via EuroAirport?

Entry into Switzerland is generally possible. However, continue to observe the applicable entry restrictions of the State Secretariat for Migration.
The interactive travel check tool shows you what measures apply to you.

Who can leave Switzerland via EuroAirport?

Leaving Switzerland is not subject to any special conditions. Please observe the entry requirements of your country of destination.
 


 

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Deutschland

Entering and leaving Germany

 


Please respect the current rules within Germany: Measures of the Government and information specific to Baden-Württemberg (German only).

Entry to Germany VIA SWITZERLAND or VIA FRANCE:

The transit is possible; travellers must, however, satisfy German entry criteria, as well as any entry and transit restrictions applicable in France or Switzerland, as the case may be.

EuroAirport is subject to French regulations. The rules in accordance with the French list of countries apply: see above under "Entering France".

Information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine requirements in Germany can be found here.

For more information:
> Entry restrictions: FAQ (German only)
> International risk areas: List of international risk areas (German only)
> Information for Baden-Württemberg: Corona tests for returning travellers (German only)

For general information on entering Germany: Entering Germany (German only)

Who can leave Germany via EuroAirport?

The French rules apply.
Leaving France is no longer subject to any special conditions, except for unvaccinated persons travelling to an "amber" country. Please observe the entry requirements of your country of destination.

 

Data subject to change. Changes may occur without previous notice.