With the tightening of measures by the Federal Council, there are a few changes for anyone visiting the OVAVERVA. Covid certificates continue to be mandatory. For admission to the indoor pool, spa, update Fitness and bistro, 2G or 2G+ now applies depending on the area. The terms and conditions valid for each area from 20 December 2021 can be found below.
2G+ applies in the indoor pool
Only vaccinated and recovered guests who can also demonstrate a negative test result in the form of a certificate will be admitted. No certificate is required for young people up to the age of 16. Anyone whose vaccination, booster vaccination or recovery was no more than four months ago is exempt from this test requirement. We will check your certificate at the reception desk. You can produce your certificate via the app or as a printout. We must be able to read the QR code. Masks must be worn from the entrance to the changing room, including inside.
2G+ applies in the spa
Only vaccinated and recovered guests who can also demonstrate a negative test result in the form of a certificate will be admitted. Anyone whose vaccination, booster vaccination or recovery was no more than four months ago is exempt from this test requirement. You can produce the Covid certificate via your app or as a printout. We will check the certificate by scanning the QR code. Masks must be worn as far as the check-in at the turnstile. 2G+ also applies for treatments such as massages and beauty treatments, so there is no obligation to wear a mask for these.
2G (with mask) applies in the fitness centre
The 2G rule applies in update Fitness. This means that only vaccinated and recovered guests can access the fitness area. Masks must be worn at all times in the fitness centre, both during exercise and inside the changing room.
The OVAVERVA Bistro applies the 2G rule indoors, which means that only vaccinated and recovered guests can access the seated dining area. There are no restrictions for eating and drinking outdoors. Masks must be worn until you are seated at a table.
The kiosk alongside the cross-country skiing trail is open in fine weather. Certificates are not required there.
Free rapid antigen tests
The Federal Council has also decided to assume the costs again of certain Covid-19 tests that lead to a Covid certificate. Rapid antigen tests and pooled saliva PCR tests will be covered. It will not pay for self-tests or individual PCR tests and antibody tests. The costs of individual PCR tests will continue to be covered for people who show symptoms, are close contacts or were part of a positive test pool. The nearest testing clinic is the PolyClinic. polyclinic.ch/covid-19-test/