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MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from French to English –

Source: Canton of Neuchatel Switzerland

09.10.2020 The evolution of the virus in Neuchâtel shows a significant increase in cases of Covid-19 infection. Several clusters have been identified in the canton linked to the practice of associative activities such as choral singing. The cantonal doctor asks those responsible for these activities and everyone else to take the maximum possible measures to reduce the transmission of the virus. Developments in Switzerland and Neuchâtel show an upsurge in the epidemic with a peak of 43 cases on October 5 in the canton. The work of the tracing teams has also increased over the past two weeks, in particular due to the emergence of clusters linked to the practice of associative activities such as singing in choirs. Indeed, the cantonal public health service investigated a large cluster affecting a cantonal choir. Several other choirs have also counted people affected by Covid-19 among their members. Thus, Thursday, October 8, out of 33 singers, and 10 musicians tested, a total of 28 people were diagnosed positive. The entourage surveys also identified 13 other people with a link to a singer or musician and six others from the audience. The nearly 80% attack rate among the choristers shows the high risk of contracting Covid-19 during this activity, especially if there are multiple rehearsals on close dates. The cantonal doctor invites choir leaders to be extremely careful. A reminder of the recommendations on these points was also communicated to them. Measures to prevent the transmission of the virus The increase in the number of clusters linked to the practice of an associative activity such as singing reveals that the risk of being exposed to the virus is high. Those responsible as well as those participating in these activities are called upon to take the maximum measures to reduce the transmission of the virus. The protection plans established must be strictly applied, including during breaks or convivial moments. In addition, in connection with the measures taken for private events, it is mandatory to announce rehearsals as soon as they involve more than 30 people. Finally, people at risk must make an informed decision about their participation in the practice of singing. In this context, in order to protect themselves and others, it is everyone’s responsibility to slow down the spread of the virus by strictly applying barrier gestures, starting with respect for distances and hygiene measures. (hand washing and disinfection). These measures must be applied even when the mask is worn. BodyRight EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from French to English –

Source: Canton of Neuchatel Switzerland

09.10.2020 The evolution of the virus in Neuchâtel shows a significant increase in cases of Covid-19 infection. Several clusters have been identified in the canton linked to the practice of associative activities such as choral singing. The cantonal doctor asks those responsible for these activities and everyone else to take the maximum possible measures to reduce the transmission of the virus. Developments in Switzerland and Neuchâtel show an upsurge in the epidemic with a peak of 43 cases on October 5 in the canton. The work of the tracing teams has also increased over the past two weeks, in particular due to the emergence of clusters linked to the practice of associative activities such as singing in choirs. Indeed, the cantonal public health service investigated a large cluster affecting a cantonal choir. Several other choirs have also counted people affected by Covid-19 among their members. Thus, Thursday, October 8, out of 33 singers, and 10 musicians tested, a total of 28 people were diagnosed positive. The entourage surveys also identified 13 other people with a link to a singer or musician and six others from the audience. The nearly 80% attack rate among the choristers shows the high risk of contracting Covid-19 during this activity, especially if there are multiple rehearsals on close dates. The cantonal doctor invites choir leaders to be extremely careful. A reminder of the recommendations on these points was also communicated to them. Measures to prevent the transmission of the virus The increase in the number of clusters linked to the practice of an associative activity such as singing reveals that the risk of being exposed to the virus is high. Those responsible as well as those participating in these activities are called upon to take the maximum measures to reduce the transmission of the virus. The protection plans established must be strictly applied, including during breaks or convivial moments. In addition, in connection with the measures taken for private events, it is mandatory to announce rehearsals as soon as they involve more than 30 people. Finally, people at risk must make an informed decision about their participation in the practice of singing. In this context, in order to protect themselves and others, it is everyone’s responsibility to slow down the spread of the virus by strictly applying barrier gestures, starting with respect for distances and hygiene measures. (hand washing and disinfection). These measures must be applied even when the mask is worn. BodyRight EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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