The testing centres were established throughout March and April as a way to test rapidly and safely for the virus – with patients not having to leave their car in order to be tested.
Costs for the centres were paid for by the federal government and/or the cantons – with several offering testing without a doctor’s referral.
As reported by Swiss tabloid Blick on Tuesday, the centres have closed down in recent weeks or are closing.
Lucerne closed its drive-through testing centre at the end of May, while Zurich also wound back its testing facilities in June.
While drive-through testing is still offered in the canton of Bern, this will be closed on Friday, July 3rd.