Tests are only offered with advance registration, no walk-in:
- Aarau: PCR test and Quick test(Appointment Tel. 062 836 50 00)
- St. Gallen: PCR test and Quick test (Appointment here), also testing for companies (if requested also on-site)
- Zug: PCR test and Quick test (Appointment here or Tel. 041 725 40 00)
- Zürich City: PCR test and Quick test (Appointment Tel. 044 800 39 00, depending on availablity)
- Zürich Stadelhofen: PCR test and Quick test (Appointment Tel. 044 555 70 00)
Our practice employees with discuss with you which type of tests is the most suitable for your circumstances, as defined by the FOPH.
What to do if you have Corona symptoms
If you have Corona-Symptoms – even if they are not serious – you should do the following:
- Contact reduction:
- Please stay at home and avoid contact with other people.
- Test recommendation:
- Have yourself tested:
- Until the test results are available:
- Stay at home and follow the isolation rules. Avoid contact with all other people until the test results are known. When you have received the results, follow the instructions given to you by the practice employees.
Cost for Corona test
The federal government will cover the costs as follows:
The federal government covers the costs of individual PCR tests in the following cases:
- You are being tested because you have symptoms.
- You have received a notification from the SwissCovid app.
- You have been in contact with a confirmed case.
- You have been instructed by a cantonal authority or a doctor to perform a test.
The federal government does not cover the costs of Individual PCR tests required to obtain a COVID certificate.
Rapid antigen tests
The federal government covers the costs of nasopharyngeal rapid antigen tests for everyone.
The federal government will NOT pay for the following costs:
Depending on the clinical picture, a physical examination as well as a blood analysis in the practice are necessary in order to be able to exclude or determine any serious courses, e.g. pneumonia. In certain patients, heart problems must be ruled out using an EKG. These tests are important to ensure that you are receiving the best possible treatment for your symptoms and that you can prevent the disease from developing more seriously.
These examinations are not paid for by the federal government. An invoice will be sent to your health insurance company for this additional consultation time and the blood tests.