The most international of Switzerland’s cantons and cities — 46 percent of Geneva residents are dual citizens — people who obtain the Swiss passport while still maintaining the nationality of their place of origin.
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Swiss health experts are pushing for people who choose to remain unvaccinated to pay their own healthcare costs if they get sick with Covid. Is this a good idea?
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