Sign language: Information about the coronavirus
What is the coronavirus?
How to protect yourself and others
Which people are especially at risk?
The main ways the new coronavirus is transmitted
People at especially high risk and progression of the disease
Protect yourself and others against the new coronavirus
If you experience symptoms, get tested immediately and stay at home.
Always leave your contact details whenever possible so you can be traced.
Isolate yourself if you test positive. Quarantine yourself if you’ve had contact with someone who has tested positive.
Keep your distance.
Recommendation: If it’s not possible to keep your distance, wear a mask.
Wash your hands thoroughly.
Avoid shaking hands.
Cough and sneeze into a tissue or the crook of your arm.
Always call ahead before going to the doctor’s or the emergency department.
How long is the period between infection and the appearance of symptoms? And when do people become contagious? And how can the disease progress?
What treatment is there for new coronavirus disease
Recommendations for the workplace
Employers must protect people at especially high risk
Other recommendations for employers
The Federal Council wants to protect all people in Switzerland.
That is why the Federal Council has declared: Switzerland is now in an extraordinary situation. This means: There are new and stricter rules. These rules apply for all people in Switzerland!
Do you feel unwell?
Have you had contact with somebody who is sick? Then stay at home!
Last modification 23.06.2020