Corona virus / Covid-19
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corona-virus
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Switzerland 18-Sep-2020 08:00

Cases Deaths Recovered
49,283
+ 488
1,765
+ 3
40,545
+ 144
Trend Cantons Data source FOPH / OpenZH

World 19-Sep-2020

Cases Deaths Recovered
30,684,280
+ 278,804
955,828
+ 5,323
24,266,160
+ 220,930
Trend Data source Johns Hopkins University

Contents

Protection

Explanatory video and tips by FOPH (BAG) (Federal Office of Public Health)

Chronology (Switzerland)

Date
MM/DD
2020
07/06 Masks compulsory on all public transport. Events attended by more than 1,000 people remain prohibited until at least the end of August. Travellers from "risk regions" have to go into quarantine. A "risk region" is e.g. a country in which the number of infections in the last 14 days is higher than 60 per 100'000 population. For Switzerland this limit would mean 371 infections per day during the last 14 day.
06/25 SwissCovid-App for mobile phones is available in the App-Stores. It should help with automatic contact tracing.
06/22 New easings of neasures:
  • There is no longer any limit on the number of people allowed to attend demonstrations. However, all demonstrators must wear a face mask.
  • Gatherings of more than 30 people are permitted in public spaces.
  • The recommended minimum distance to be observed between individuals has been reduced from two metres to 1.5 metres.
  • Events may be held if attended by no more than 1,000 people. If attended by more than 300 people, the venue must be partitioned into sectors each holding a maximum of 300 people.
  • Guests in restaurants, bars and clubs are no longer required to sit to consume food and drinks. The fixed closing time has been lifted.
  • Competitive sport involving close physical contact may take place.
  • The requirements for the protection of people at especially high risk have been lifted.
  • The recommendation to work from home if possible has been lifted.
06/19 The 'exceptional situation' in Switzerland ends on June, 19 and is reduced to 'special situation'.
06/15 Open boarders to countries of the Schengen area and United Kingdom.
06/06 3nd phase of easing of the lockdown. Open / permitted again:
  • Gatherings of up to 30 people (from 05/30)
  • Events with up to 300 people
  • Training for all sports
  • Classroom teaching at secondary schools and universities. Futher educational institutions
  • Theatres and cinemas
  • Zoos and botanic gardens
  • Swimming pools and spas
  • Mountain tansport services
  • Holiday camps with up to 300 people
  • Campsites
  • Leisure establishments
  • Erotic clubs and sex services
  • Discos and night clubs
Still prohibited:
  • Events with more than 300 people (til 08/31)
  • Sport competitions involving close physical contact
05/28 2nd phase of easing of the lockdown (continuted). Permitted again:
  • All forms of religious services and religious celebrations
05/11 2nd phase of easing of the lockdown. Open / permitted again:
  • Mandatory schools
  • Museums, libraries, archives
  • Recreational sports activities not involving physical contact by individuals and in groups of up to 5 people
  • Training sessions for competitive athletes
  • Shops and markets
  • Travel agencies
  • Restaurants, bars and pubs for groups of 4 people
04/27 1st phase of easing of the lockdown. Open / permitted again:
  • Hospitals, medical and dental practices
  • Physiotherapy and massage practices
  • DIY stores, garden centres and florists
  • Funerals attended by family members
  • Hairdressers, beauty salons and tattoo studios
03/16 The Swiss Federal Council decides 'exceptional situation' and imposes an emergency from midnight. All non-vital businesses will be closed.
03/13 Switzerland: more than 1000 cases, more than 10 deaths
03/11 WHO officially declares corona virus to 'pandemy'.
03/05 Switzerland: first corona death, 74-year-old woman in Lausanne (canton Vaud). 100 cases.
02/28 The Swiss Federal Council classifies the situation as a 'special situation' according to the Epidemic Act.
Events with more than 1000 persons are forbidden.
02/25 First corona virus case in Switzerland (Ticino).
02/12 1000 cases in China.
01/30 The WHO declares a “health emergency of international scope”.
01/27 The first case in Germany.
01/24 The first case in Europe, in France.
01/21 The first case in the United States.
01/11 A first death is registered in China.
01/07 The pathogen is identified as a new species from the well-known family of corona viruses.
2019
12/31 The WHO is officially activated. China reports its illnesses.
12/01 The first cases of mysterious pneumonia occur in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

Manual update: 23-August-2020