The number of confirmed cases is officially 6,113, with 1,273 more cases than Friday, the Federal Office of Public Health said.
56 people in Switzerland have died from the virus, an increase of 13 from the previous day.
Half of the confirmed cases are people under 51 or under.
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The virus has now spread to all of Switzerlands 26 cantons.
On a per capita basis, the most heavily hit canton in Switzerland is Ticino. An average of 258 per 100,000 people have the virus in the Italian-speaking canton, followed by 181 per 100,000 in Vaud and 107 in Graübunden.