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workplaces Telework likely to continue after Covid-19, but not on a large scale

In Switzerland the pandemic has led to more people working from home. But the trend may not continue in the same way once the crisis is over.

Covid-19 Poll: 70% of residents back ‘SwissCovid’ tracing app

A Swiss smartphone app that uses Apple-Google technology to help trace coronavirus infections has widespread support among the population.

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covid-19 Coronavirus: the situation in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the countries most affected by the coronavirus in Europe. This is where things stand and the latest on the measures in place.

Education Uncertainty reigns as schools re-open amid coronavirus pandemic

Thousands of children have returned to class on Monday, as Switzerland re-opens its compulsory schools after two months of coronavirus lockdown.

Covid-19 What’s happening at Swiss borders and airports?

Can I travel to Switzerland? Are the airports open? Here’s an overview of the latest border situation in the small Alpine nation. 

Opinion poll Swiss divided over government response to coronavirus

More than 40% of the Swiss are in favour of tighter restrictions by the government to stem the spread of the coronavirus, a poll shows. 

Coronavirus How the Swiss food supply chain is coping with Covid-19

Running out of rice? Low on loo roll? In fact Switzerland has enough to last for months, but stockists are putting in serious overtime. 

Bouncing back from a coronavirus infection, a Swiss testimony

With the number of fatalities caused by the coronavirus rising exponentially, it is easy to overlook the number of people who have recovered.