The health authorities of Graubünden insist. In recent days, the Rhaetian government’s promise, having positively assessed the pilot projects carried out in recent weeks in the southern valleys of the canton is to provide regular large-scale tests in school and company centers. Grisons - it has been clearly stated - want to take on a pioneering role in the field of COVID-19 testing. In short, mass tests, at least for now, remain an exclusively Graubünden prerogative.
The well-known hotel in St. Moritz has been quarantined by the authorities due to the South African variant: managing director Richard Leuenberger tells us about the last, agitated hours spent by customers and staff - Mayor Jenny: «Both hotels have been were exemplary»
Many today mention her name as a future Nobel Prize winner, but Katalin Karikó’s path has not been as linear as one might imagine. If today we have a coronavirus vaccine, we owe it largely to her obsession.
Starting today, and until the end of February, the new closures decided by the Federal Council come into force - But if cases of infection drop we ask the question: why close again? We reached out to Enos Bernasconi, Manager of infectious diseases at the EOC Manager