The ranking, published last week, takes into account factors such as monitoring and detection capacity, quarantine and government efficiency, healthcare and emergency readiness. Deep Knowledge Group is a consortium of companies and nonprofits owned by Deep Knowledge Ventures.
To strengthen the confidence of guests in Switzerland as a safe and clean travel destination, the tourism industry associations have created a “Clean & Safe” label. This campaign was initiated by Switzerland Tourism (ST) as part of its “Recovery Plan” for tourism in Switzerland. When visiting tourism establishments and infrastructures, the label shows guests that the latter have made a conscious commitment to comply with protection plans. The campaign includes a new label and the information platformwww.clean-and-safe.ch, which provides an overview of all industry-specific protection concepts.
In its transitional phase – from lockdown to gradual relaxation of its rules, Switzerland is slowly returning to normality. Since 6 June, further businesses and institutions have been able to reopen and events for up to 300 people have been allowed to take place. While the opening of the borders with all countries in the European Union and European Economic Area is scheduled for June 15, the border opening for non-Schengen countries will be communicated in the upcoming weeks by the Swiss government.