The number of people infected with the corona virus is rising again in Switzerland. The update is available here.
- So far 872,556 people in Switzerland have been infected with the corona and 10,860 have died.
- The test positive rate on October 29 (29,488 trials) was 5.8 percent.
- So far, more than 5.5 million people have been fully vaccinated, or 63.4 percent.
The vaccination campaign has stopped in Switzerland. So, from October 1, all trials are for the people Without signs of payment.
Starting Monday, September 13th Extended certification is required throughout Switzerland. Only those who have been tested, vaccinated or cured come to pubs, bars, zoos, libraries, fitness centers and museums.
Here is an overview of Switzerland’s most important people and decisions.
New infections with the corona virus are on the rise again
On Friday, the Central Office of Public Health (BAG) announced 1721 new victims in 29,488 trials. Thus the positive ratio is 5.8 percent. Also, since yesterday, 54 people have been hospitalized with corona virus infection.
One week ago, BAG announced 1288 new victims in 33,577 trials. The positive rate was 3.8 percent.
On Thursday, the BAG reported 1792 new victims (1487 in the previous week) in 24,828 trials. Thus the positive rate was 7.2 percent.
On Wednesday, the BAG announced 1846 new victims (previous week 1442) in 27,981 trials. So the positive rate was 6.6 percent.
Since the first confirmed case of the corona virus in Switzerland on February 25, 2020, 872,556 people have been infected in this country (as of October 29).
The number of deaths related to the corona virus was 10,860 (as of October 29). In this case, 8 people have died of corona since yesterday.
63.4 percent of the Swiss population is fully vaccinated
As of October 28, according to the latest edition of the BAG, 11.1 million vaccines have been distributed to date. A total of more than 10.3 million cans have been delivered to Switzerland.
More than 5.5 million people, or 63.4 percent of the population, have been fully vaccinated. 65.8 percent of people in Switzerland have received at least one vaccine.
Vaccine improvement in the population in Switzerland
Vaccines used in Switzerland Pfizer And Modernna defends well. Nevertheless, vaccine advances do occur.
From the end of January to October 27, 727 people were hospitalized despite being vaccinated twice. 153 people were killed.
Of those partially vaccinated, 224 were hospitalized. 78 people were killed.
Vaccines are approved in Switzerland
– Pfizer / Biotech (MRNA, approved December 19): Vaccinated (allowed for children and adolescents under 12 and 17)
– Moderna (MRNA, approved January 12): Vaccinated (allowed for children and adolescents 12 to 17 years of age)
– Johnson & Johnson (Vector Vaccine, Approved March 22): Vaccinated (not recommended for pregnant women, especially those with allergies)
The vaccine has not yet been approved but has been reviewed for several months by the British-Swedish company AstraZeneca.
Third shovels are allowed
Swiss doctor The third vaccine was approved in Switzerland on Tuesday, October 26, for all people over 65 years of age. Young people with weakened immune systems and those who have been ill before can also be taken.
Massive relaxation from June
Since January 18, Switzerland has been in the second lockdown. The first relaxation Federal Council Approved March 22nd.
As of April 19, The Federal Council Television restrictions were relaxed, and massive relaxations followed on May 31.
He relaxed to a final Major Federal Council Announced June 26th. For private meetings, up to 30 people are allowed to meet at home. 50 people can come out.
The following applies to events: Events that can seat up to 1000 people without certification are allowed. A maximum of 250 people are allowed outside, without certification and without a mandatory seat.
Companies no longer need to work from home. However, the home office is recommended.
Isolation duty Vaccinated and cured people are not needed when in contact with infected people or when they travel.
Since July 6, 2020, Switzerland has been wearing the mask on buses and trains due to the corona virus. In addition to the National Public Transportation Mask requirement, it has been extended to all interiors publicly accessible from October 19th.
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