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CoronaCheck

The current swiss strategy for responding to SARS-CoV-2

The strategy is based on:

  1. The protection of the population thanks to vaccination
  2. Physical distancing (and wearing a mask in at-risk zones) to limit the transmission of the virus and protect the most vulnerable.
  3. A rapid diagnosis of the largest possible number of infected persons.
  4. Identifying and quarantining all persons in contact with COVID-19 cases or returning from an area of high infectious risk.
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For the general public

A tool to rapidly assess your risk (or that of your child) and understand how to react accordingly

If you are wondering for example:
"Should I call my doctor or go to a medical facility if I think I am infected ?"
"Am I or is my child at risk?"

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For health professionals

If you are a primary healthcare provider and want to know:
"What are the criteria that would require my patient to get tested?"
"Do I have to take special precautions during a consultation with a patient who has a cough or a fever? "
"Can I work if I have a cough or a fever myself or if I am in a risk group?"

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Where are the cases of the new coronavirus located?

For more information:

Links to reliable information on the new coronavirus

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For the general public

A tool to rapidly assess your risk (or that of your child) and understand how to react accordingly

If you are wondering for example:
"Should I call my doctor or go to a medical facility if I think I am infected ?"
"Am I or is my child at risk?"

Start evaluation

For health professionals

If you are a primary healthcare provider and want to know:
"What are the criteria that would require my patient to get tested?"
"Do I have to take special precautions during a consultation with a patient who has a cough or a fever? "
"Can I work if I have a cough or a fever myself or if I am in a risk group?"

Access for health professionals

All information and recommendations issued by this tool are based on instructions validated by the health authorities at the federal and cantonal level of the following cantons:

 

Vaud
Neuchatel
Valais / Wallis

Last updated: 19.04.2021