Switzerland, “no need for additional restrictions” for corona mutation discovery

Corona 19 mutant virus has also been found in Switzerland.

However, the federal government said yesterday (29th) local time that there are no additional restrictions on the outbreak of the mutant virus.

In a statement, the federal government expressed concerns about the emergence of mutations, but concluded that it did not need to step up the steps it took on the 18th.

The operation of restaurants and pubs is restricted, but ski resorts and other shops can continue to operate.

The federal government has previously announced that restaurants and pubs will be shutting down for a month starting on the 22nd as the number of new corona19 confirmed patients remains around 5,000.

Recently, 7 cases of COVID-19 mutations originating in the UK and South Africa were reported in Switzerland, causing an emergency to the quarantine authorities.

As of the 29th, there were 4,197 new cases of Corona 19 in Switzerland, with a population of about 8.6 million, and 442,481 cases were cumulative.



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