You do not run any risk when you go to Switzerland. Just make sure your vaccinations are up to date (DT Polio, etc.). In case of illness, it is necessary to contact the French consulate. He will be in charge of helping you, accompanying you and providing you with a list of French-speaking doctors. In the event of a serious problem, he or she also notifies the family and decides on repatriation. Switzerland has a very good reputation in terms of healthcare, even if prices are obviously expensive... Traditional medicines (headaches, stomach aches, lozenges...) are available without a prescription in Switzerland. There are of course exceptions but they do not concern the usual medicines; for others and treatments, take what you need with you.

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