Jazyky

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Jazyky

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Information Coronavirus

Mandatory use of masks

Since 6 July 2020, all customers must wear a mask to protect their fellow passengers and themselves during their journey in trains, buses, trams, ships and cable cars. The only exceptions to the mask requirement are children up to the age of twelve years and persons who are not allowed to wear a mask for medical reasons.

Eating and drinking is still allowed on public transport - during this time the mask can be removed. In order to protect fellow travellers and themselves, customers are responsible for ensuring that they are equipped with masks when travelling by public transport.

Information on railway operations

The Bernina Express operates with one train per direction between Chur and Tirano. From Thursday, 30 July 2020, two additional trains will run every Thursday to Sunday in each direction between St. Moritz and Tirano. The Bernina Express Bus, which will provide connections to the Bernina Express between Tirano and Lugano, runs daily. www.berninaexpress.ch

The Glacier Express operates with one train per direction between St. Moritz and Zermatt. www.glacierexpress.ch

All other trains run according to the normal timetable: online timetable

Hygiene and safety

The protection of passengers and employees continues to be the top priority. The cleaning of the trains has been intensified. Several times a day, contact surfaces and surfaces such as handrails, buttons, tables, armrests and toilets are cleaned and disinfected. Cleaning is also carried out more frequently at the stations. Passengers also have the opportunity to wash their hands in the open WC facilities at the stations in accordance with the regulations. Disinfectant dispensers have been installed at staffed stations.In accordance with the FOPH guidelines, a hygiene mask must be worn for public transport from the age of 12. Passengers are responsible for having and wearing a protective mask. Passengers buy tickets online, in apps or from vending machines and pay contactlessly at ticket counters. The protection concept of public transport is based on the personal responsibility and solidarity of the travellers. If they adhere to the measures described above, they can travel safely on Swiss public transport.

 

Travelling safely on public transport

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Clean & Safe

Dense forests, crystal-clear lakes and fresh mountain air: as a travel destination, Switzerland offers not only pristine nature but also safety and a good health system. The country’s tourism service providers are also taking special measures to protect their guests, ensuring they enjoy their stay in Switzerland. 

www.cleanandsafe.ch