BAG Campagne - Federal Office of Public Health Switzerland
Flyer - Coronavirus
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A large Cantonal Health Office Solothurn poster hangs on the entrance door of the doctor's surgery:
Doctor's office is not allowed to enter in case of fever above 38 degrees and with cold symptoms, if one had travelled to certain countries (names of the countries).
Instead, one must immediately go to the public hospital. Call first xxx
Doctor is not allowed to shake hands when saying goodbye, etc.
Doctor keeps his distance if possible - he gave me an emergency injection standing up instead of lying down as usual (it definitely hurt less standing up than usual).
Everywhere in the shops, stores, grocery stores are hand disinfectants. But in the shop it is not much use - unless you pay by card. You have to touch the money, but if you use the card you also have to use the operate keyboard.
Lucerne Cantonal Hospital
Visitors: In order to minimise the risk of infection, visitor frequencies will be restricted until further notice. A maximum of two visitors per day per patient; no visitors with cough, cold or fever; visits by children only in exceptional cases; restaurants have limited access
Citizens' Hospital Solothurn
How to protect yourself:
Wash hands regularly with soap or disinfect hands
Use paper handkerchiefs and dispose of them in a waste bin after use
Cough in the crook of your arm
Keep your distance to sick people (masks do not reliably protect healthy people)
What do I do when I'm sick?
Stay at home. Don't visit the hospital.
If you have questions, contact your family doctor or the BAG hotline T +41 58 463 00 00. If you do not have a family doctor and an examination is necessary, call the hospital beforehand by telephone so that the necessary preparations can be made.
If available, wear a mask in contact with your fellow human beings. Avoid unnecessary contact.
https://www.solothurnerspitaeler.ch/pat ... ronavirus/
Somehow I find some things extremely exaggerated. But sometimes it's a little bit scary, especially since I live in a small local village with many inhabitants, commuters and visitors from endangered countries. Especially if you are older and not healthy. I am also allergic to almost all antibiotics, any medication at all. The fact is: if my watch is up, it's up.
Healthy and not elderless people actually have enough resistance should they become infected. Insofar as one immediately goes into treatment.