Switzerland Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
553867 (+1169)

Total Deaths:
9954 (+12)

Total Recovered:
505666 (+1859)

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Trending Coronavirus News in Switzerland

EU leaders to discuss certificates for people who had Covid jabs; Swiss plan to open shops, museums and libraries and allow 15 people to gather outdoors
The Guardian2/24/2021
GENEVA - The Federal Council of Switzerland announced Wednesday that it plans to gradually lift COVID-19 restrictions starting from March 1. The Swiss government said at a press conference Wednesday that at the first stage of its exit strategy,
China Daily2/17/2021
Switzerland plans to make its first "cautious steps" towards ending its coronavirus lockdown next month, the government said on Wednesday, contrasting with neighbours that are sticking with many restrictions.
Switzerland proposed an additional 5 billion francs ($5.6 billion) in financial assistance to companies that have seen business disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
But Switzerland continues to face a persistently high level of Covid-19 infections and deaths. Health officials also warn that new coronavirus variants, which are around 50% more contagious, pose a real risk of a third wave of infections in Switzerland.
Moderna, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRNA), a biotechnology company pioneering messenger RNA (mRNA) therapeutics and vaccines, today announced the Swiss Federal Government has increased its confirmed order commitment from 7.
Associated Press2/3/2021
Moderna has warned Switzerland that its COVID-19 vaccine deliveries would be delayed, the Swiss health ministry said on Thursday, leading to February shortfalls that the country expects the U.S. company to make up in March.

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