Consulate General of Switzerland in Valletta


Information for travellers to Switzerland 

From 15 June, border controls at all land and air borders between Switzerland and the other Schengen states will be lifted. From then, normal entry requirements will apply again:

  • to all citizens of a Schengen state
  • to persons with rights of free movement
  • to third-country nationals who do not require a visa who are already legally resident in the Schengen area
  • to third-country nationals who require a visa who are already legally resident in the Schengen area because they hold a Schengen residence document.  

Current situation in Switzerland - Information of the Federal Office of Public Health

Mandatory quarantine: list of countries and areas

Transit in Switzerland

Entry to Switzerland - State Secretariat for Migration SEM

Information for travellers to Malta

Travel advice for Malta (French) 

Re-open Eu - Malta - information from the European Union about the re-opening of Europe

Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs: COVID-19 Info


Certificate of life OASI

Swiss citizen: Due to the pandemic COVID-19, the Central Compensation Office (CCO) in Geneva will exceptionally accept the certificate of life to be filled out and signed by the social security holder himself/herself by 30.04.2021. The certificate can then be sent with a copy of a valid identity card or passport directly to the CCO by e-mail at the following address:

This representation supports Swiss citizens who find themselves in need because of illness, an accident or theft while travelling. It also informs the responsible Swiss representation.

Please note that because this is an honorary representation without consular authority, it does not issue visas or Swiss passports.

You can find the responsible Swiss representation on the right of this page under “Consular district”.