“Safe & Clean” Switzerland
Tourism service providers has taken security precautions in Switzerland!
Recently, the Swiss tourism industry launched its ‘safe and clean’ Switzerland. The campaign was initiated by Switzerland Tourism as part of its ‘Recovery Plan,’ consisting of an information platform and a label.
Dense trees, crystal clear lakes and fresh mountain air: Switzerland as a travel destination offers not only wild nature, but also protection and a good health system. Tourism service providers in the country also take special measures to protect their guests, to ensure that they enjoy their stay in Switzerland. See in the following link, for the health guidelines for the different industries. https://www.myswitzerland.com/en-ch/planning/about-switzerland/clean-safe/
Service suppliers are responsible for ensuring the implementation and compliance of the safety protocols. Some of the safety concepts’ requirements will change as lockdown rules gradually ease.
General information concerning the concepts of safety
The industry, companies and event organizers concerned are developing safety concepts aimed at protecting their guests.
In fact, these concepts are based on rules of hygiene and behaviour. As well as guidelines issued by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) for public health and the protection of workers. Both event organizers and companies must prepare and enforce the required hygiene and social distancing steps. The aim of these safety concepts is to protect clients and participants from coronavirus infection to the maximum extent possible.
Steps for stability of the housing sector
Hotels, restaurants, lake navigation companies, cable cars, public transportation, and meeting facilities have developed specific measures to ensure the safety of guests when staying in all service areas. All the label holders guarantee that the tourism industry complies with strict rules.
Switzerland also has a reputation for cleanliness and stability. A recent assessment has confirmed high ratings of the country in terms of cleanliness.
Return to the new normality of Switzerland
Switzerland has moved towards new normality with the first two relaxation sets of measures on 30th April and 11th May. Hotels, museums and restaurants have resumed their operations and shopping is once again possible. Mountain railways, lake navigation companies and tourist attractions are set to resume business on 6th June. Events for up to 300 people can also take place again.
The opening of borders with Austria, France and Germany took place on 15th June. The borders just opened on the 6th July for all other Schengen countries.
We are actively working to change our business procedures for the delivery of hospitality facilities in compliance with the different Government regulations. The staff preparation now provides COVID upgrades for an excellent maintenance and health & safety practices. We will review your personal needs and concerns with you and will offer a fully adaptable service to enable contactless service in all of our properties if necessary.
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