As of May 1st Switzerland has lifted all Covid related regulations. You no longer need proof of vaccination, nor a negative Covid test. This means that in order to enter Switzerland from non Schengen countries it’s just the standard requirements that apply. Use the official Swiss government Travelcheck tool to see if you need a visa. Within Switzerland there are no Covid regulations, and even if you test positive for Covid, you are no longer required to self-isolate.
The Swiss Federal government has revoked almost all Covid related regulations as of Thursday February 17th. Entry into Switzerland is back to normal for many nationalities.
Entry requirements for EU citizens and residents: Neither the entry form nor a negative test nor a vaccination certificate are required.
Entry requirements for non-EU citizens: from many countries (eg the UK and USA) you still need a double vaccination certificate.
To check use the tool on the interactive official Swiss Travelcheck website which will inform you what requirements you need to fulfil in order to enter Switzerland, based on your individual data.
Once in Switzerland, you no longer need a certificate to enter restaurants, bars and clubs. Nor do you need to wear a mask in shops and other public places. The only requirement is that you need to wear a mask in public transport such a trains, buses and enclosed mountain lifts.
As of January 22nd, for fully vaccinated persons a negative Covid test is no longer required to enter Switzerland. The validity of vaccination certificates has been reduced to 270 days, meaning that your second jab or booster jab must not be more than 270 days ago.
Only travellers by air or long distance bus need to fill out a Swiss Passenger Locator Form.
A very useful tool is the interactive official Swiss Travelcheck website which will inform you if you will be allowed to enter Switzerland and what requirements you need to fulfil, based on your individual data.
If you do not have an EU or UK vaccination certificate, which are necessary to enter restaurants etc., please see this post on Applying for a Swiss Covid Certificate.