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When it comes to getting settled in Switzerland, many rules and regulations are different — and sometimes stranger —than those in other countries.
Swiss-German may be the dominant language in Switzerland, but nearly a quarter of the population say French is their main language.
The winter spike in Covid infections across Europe means another ski season will take place under health restrictions and recommendations. Here's what you need to know about the rules in different countries.
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