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瑞士政府決定商店、飯店和博物館可以在三月重新營業

瑞士政府週三宣布:商店、博物館和動物園將從3月1日起重新開放,而餐廳則可從3月22日起開放。

瑞士政府宣布將關閉非必要的商店、博物館和圖書館閱覽室,以及戶外運動和休閒設施、動物園和植物園。

政府在宣布這一消息時表示,該國可以逐步走出Covid-19限制的第一步,並邁入“逐步實現社會和經濟生活正常化”。

還將允許與家人和朋友進行戶外活動以及最多15人的體育和文化活動。

政府在一份聲明中說:“透過這種謹慎的重新開放,聯邦委員會的目標是實現社會和經濟生活的逐步正常化,儘管由於新的,更具傳染性的病毒變種正在流行,流行病形勢仍然有風險變數。”

“從3月1日開始的重新開放階段主要涉及允許人們戴著口罩和保持社交距離的活動,並且僅涉及少數人或在戶外聚會。”

在病例數大幅增加之後,於12月和1月實施了旨在遏制冠狀病毒大流行的限制措施。

政府打算分階段放寬措施。

重新開放的下一階段計劃於3月22日進行,屆時政府希望允許開放餐廳的室外區域,改變對在家工作的要求,並允許體育和文化活動的觀眾數量有限。

政府說:“如果流行病狀況在未來幾週內有所改善,它將考慮重新開放餐館的室內區域。”

瑞士有超過55萬人對Covid-19篩檢測試呈陽性反應,人口860萬人,而9200多人已經死亡。

現已接種了超過675,000劑疫苗,使瑞士成為歐洲每人口接種率最好的疫苗之一。

Switzerland decides shops, restaurants and museums can open in March

Switzerland announced on Wednesday that shops, museums and zoos can reopen from March 1st, while restaurants can open from March 22nd.

The Swiss government announced that non-essential shops, museums and library reading rooms will reopen, along with outdoor sports and leisure facilities, zoos and botanical gardens.

When making the announcement, the government said the country can gradually take the first steps out of Covid-19 restrictions and into the “gradual normalisation of social and economic life”.

Outdoor events for family and friends and sports and cultural activities involving up to 15 people will also be permitted.

“With this cautious reopening, the Federal Council is aiming to achieve a gradual normalisation of social and economic life, even though the epidemiological situation remains precarious because new, more infectious variants of the virus are circulating,” the government said in a statement.

“The initial reopening phase from March 1st essentially involves activities that allow people to wear masks and maintain social distancing, and that only involve small numbers of people or meeting outdoors.”

Restrictions aimed at reining in the coronavirus pandemic were imposed in December and January following a major spike in case numbers.

The government intends to ease off the measures in stages.

The next stage in reopening is scheduled for March 22nd, when the government hopes to allow the opening of outdoor areas at restaurants, changes to the requirement to work from home, and a limited number of spectators at sporting and cultural events.

“If the epidemiological situation improves in the coming weeks, it will also consider reopening indoor areas in restaurants,” the government said.

More than 550,000 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Switzerland, population 8.6 million, while more than 9,200 people have died.

More than 675,000 vaccine doses have been administered, giving Switzerland one of the better doses per population rates in Europe.

資料來源:https://www.thelocal.ch/20210224/breaking-shops-restaurants-and-museums-can-open-in-march-in-switzerland/