Switzerland has excluded Russia from the “quarantine” list of countries
Switzerland has excluded Russia from the list of countries whose citizens must undergo mandatory quarantine upon arrival due to coronavirus. The updated list is published on the website of the Swiss Ministry of Health.
Andorra, Armenia, Belgium and the Czech Republic remained on the list as countries with an increased risk of COVID-19 infection. In addition, arrivals from three French regions should be isolated: Haut-de-France, Ile-de-France and French Polynesia. For them, the rules of entry came into force on October 29, reports RBC.
Note that the Swiss authorities update the list of potentially dangerous countries from an epidemiological point of view every two weeks. A state is recognized as dangerous if the incidence rate per 100 thousand of the population there is 60 or more points higher than that of Switzerland. Those arriving from there must go through a 10-day quarantine.
Russia has been on this list since October 12.