The inclusion of Portugal, by the Swiss health authorities, in the list of countries with variants “of concern”, such as Ómicron, began as of 30 November, one day after Portugal confirmed the existence of 13 cases of this variant of the coronavirus in the territory national.
According to the rules defined by the Swiss authorities, on arrival in the country, anyone from this list of countries and who is over 16 years old must have a negative test (rapid antigen or PCR), even if they are vaccinated or have recovered from the Covid. 19.
The PCR or antigen test must be repeated between the 4th and 7th day in Swiss territory, according to the authorities.
Everyone, even children, must still complete an entry form and complete a 10-day quarantine. The rule also applies to those who are recovered and vaccinated.
Aren't these "politically correct" Swiss authorities not discriminating on ethnic and human grounds against the Portuguese people working in Switzerland? So much for human rights! Shouldn't all Portuguese immigrants return to Portugal and stop being a "second class people" within this society of hypocrites?
So much stinky garbage floats around in many of these, supposedly, advanced democracies! The Portuguese and other immigrants in Switzerland may be paid for their hard work but they are just the current version of the "old Roman slaves". No rights, no dignity, discriminated against, and expelled if they don't follow dictatorial nonsense rules!
By Tony Fernandes from Other on 30 Nov 2021, 22:31
The same applies here! My comment still waiting and waiting!
By Tony Fernandes from Other on 30 Nov 2021, 23:20
No more quarantine as of 04/12. You need a PCR test before taking off, then 4 to 7 days after arrival you need to make another PCR or Rapid Antigen Test.
By Sebastien from Other on 04 Dec 2021, 07:18