The Swiss Federal Office of Health (FOPH) has announced details of a pilot project to legalize the sale of cannabis to adults, which legalizes its use by adults. Under current plans, the pilot projects can start in the third quarter of 2021 and run until May 2031 at the latest. In September 2020 the Swiss parliament passed a regulation allowing pilot projects in which cannabis for adults can be legally produced, imported, and distributed to registered users. The FOPH published on 31st March a draft Regulation that provides further details on the arrangements. As a recent European report explains, it is possible that several other countries on the continent will soon legalize adult recreational use, at least on an experimental basis. Switzerland would be the first region in Europe to allow adults to use the cannabis supply chain, with the supply of cannabis being offered in the Netherlands.