We are flying from Newark to Paris on United. We have a 6 hour layover and then fly to Zurich on Swiss Air. Once we get to Paris we may have to change terminals (?). We are fully vacinated and boosted, If we get a negative test before leaving the USA and have our vaccination proof on our phone, is that all we need to complete our trip all the way to Zurich?
Is this on a single ticket or are you selfconnecting?
Self connecting on two separate reservations
As you are vaccinated, you do not need to test to enter Switzerland. Here is the link to the Swiss travel check so you can confirm the entry requirements:
You will need to complete the entry form as you are entering by plane. Here is the link for that:
I'd have my original CDC card readily accessible, too.
you don't mention when you're planning to do this, realize that rules can change on a moment's notice. Perhaps even while you're cruising over the Atlantic! Hope for the best ...
Thanks folks, let's just pray Covid continues to evolve to a more benign form!
Just thinking aloud, I guess the issue is if by changing terminals you leave a secure transit area and technically "enter" France, possibly triggering other entry requirements. Again I guess it's how you get from one terminal to another and whether you change airlines. Be very careful what doors you go through!