All the corona underestimators should now watch SRF1. A married couple that was on holiday had to buy extra a car. They are sitting in the car 3 days in cold Norway! Then they cross Sweden. Infected people also speak and they are not old people!
Corona Lockdown End in Switzerland
• On April 27, hospitals will be able to perform all operations again, outpatient practices as well as hairdressing, massage, tattoo and cosmetic studios will be allowed to open again, as will DIY stores, garden centres, flower shops and market gardens.
• From 11 May, compulsory schools and shops will be allowed to reopen. Children are not a driver of the epidemic.
• On 8 June, secondary, vocational and higher education establishments, museums, zoos and libraries will also be allowed to reopen their doors.
• Despite the gradual openings, the Federal Council does not want to make masks compulsory. However, it is endeavouring to ensure that such masks can be purchased if necessary. (Logically no mask obligation, because there are still far too few masks in Switzerland. In addition, they have become much too expensive for many people.)
• It is not clear when restaurants and bars will reopen. The Federal Council is leaving it to the catering industry to develop appropriate concepts. (They had submitted the concept first, long ago, Mr. Federal Councillor Berset!)
• Self-employed persons who are indirectly affected by the measures will now also receive compensation for loss of income. (Finally, justice! But unfortunately, as soon as their industry is free, they will no longer be able to demand anything, although probably hardly anyone will go there.)
• Meetings of five or more people will continue to be prohibited, including barbecues. The Federal Council also has a negative view of festivals.
• The borders remain closed. (In our village there are several car numbers from abroad.)
(Emergency Changes reserved!) For events this year the government see black! Most probably none.
Soon it will be possible to go back to the hairdresser or even get a tattoo. However, a lonely soul is not allowed in a restaurant or café. What a bad decision by Federal Councillor Berset!!! (At noon you sit down with food from the takeaway on the park bench, where many people pass by, instead of protected in the restaurant).
What a disaster for Switzerland if the restaurants and bars were not allowed to open again until 6 June! Many businesses would not survive that long, are already on the last spigot or are already on the verge of closure!
But mainly the federal councillors and businessmen / businesswomen have nice hair!
Federal Councillor Berset might even want to get a tattoo. Or he's afraid of the people who want to get tattoos. The cups do not seem to be all in the cupboard anymore. Excessive demands of the highest Swiss authorities.
A hardship case for help in the emergency
The street kitchens are also closed due to the Corona pandemic.
Hats off to the rejected refugee Amine Conde!
Together with his helpers, he provides hundreds of poor families, sans-papiers and other migrants with food and the most basic necessities every day, in the common room of the autonomous school in Zurich.
One day, when there is not enough flour, rice and oil left, he took a volunteer to a shop and paid for the missing food himself!
It's 11:45. The first woman is already standing in front of the door, waiting for the food delivery. She must be patient. There are signs on the walls and doors: "Please keep two meters distance!" In the common room, Conde instructs the volunteers, two women and a man, and hands them a box of masks. "Only one person or family at a time may enter. Here she takes a paper bag with basic food items. Here she can pack a loaf of bread and an apple. "Iced tea is fine, you can give two of them." There are also boxes of pre-cooked rice and spaghetti with sauce. "You can take as much as you want."
For people who have no money at all, he keeps two bags full of hygiene articles ready. The bag for the men contains disinfectant, toothpaste, shampoo and skin cream. For women there are also sanitary towels. "One pack with night pads and one with day pads," Conde explains. Shampoo is also available for the women. It is for hair and skin - and smells good, he says in singing German with a West African-French accent.
"I couldn't sleep for one night, the memory of hunger and the idea that families are affected by it just wouldn't let go of me."
Condes began distributing food with pre-cooked meals. These were already paid for by childcare facilities, but were no longer needed. "That's when I saw for the first time how many people today are dependent on our food," says Amine Conde. On Facebook he called for more donations in kind, negotiated with various businesses and organizations and collected money. He uses this money to buy more food: flour, rice, spaghetti, but also toiletries. "We have received many monetary donations. This will last for quite a while," says Conde.
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Amine Conde knows what hunger feels like. At the age of 16, he fled from his homeland Guinea. He spent three months in Morocco's forests, then, like thousands of refugees from black Africa, he tried to reach the Spanish exclave of Melilla. "I had to beg for food. It was one of the worst experiences in my life."