Switzerland has announced stricter Kovid-19 rules for people who inject vaccines that are not approved by the European Union to access events and facilities.
Switzerland has announced stricter Kovid-19 rules for people who inject vaccines that are not approved by the European Union to access events and facilities. Full vaccination travelers from Thailand can still enter the country, but will be subject to the new law requiring Covid-19 certification to vaccinate with EU-approved vaccines, including AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Modena and Johnson & Johnson.
The policy will start on September 20 and will last until October 10, before it comes into full effect, with a phased introduction, said Swiss Ambassador Helen Boudliger Artida.
Swiss citizens in Thailand will face a difficult situation because Thailand carried out a mixed coup between Sinovak and AstraZeneca. Those who want to go to Switzerland and get mixed immunizations are advised to apply for the certificate when the online system is activated.
Those who have received the Astrazeneca or third-dose MRNA vaccine may have a better chance, according to the embassy. However, the decision is not made by the embassy, but by the various cantons in Switzerland.
During the transition period, the Swiss government will continue to allow visitors to obtain WHO-certified vaccines, including Sinovac and Sinofam, which are widely used in Asia and developing countries. They must have an international vaccination certificate from the World Health Organization, known as the Yellow Brochure, to access events or facilities.
A demonstration erupted in the capital after news of the new law broke. Up to 4,000 people marched in Bern last week.
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