MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Deutschland –
Source: Swiss Canton of Uri – news in German
June 29, 2021
The delivery of the access data for Covid certificates to recovered and vaccinated people of Uri is well advanced. In close cooperation with the federal government, the access data was sent by SMS or post. In the meantime, the certificates are issued directly for tests in the test center of the cantonal hospital and for vaccinations in the vaccination center, at the general practitioners’ offices or in the pharmacy.
A special case are people who have recovered from Covid-19 and were vaccinated once before June 18, 2021. You have thus achieved full vaccination protection and thus receive a «vaccination certificate». For technical reasons, a number of them could not be sent a certificate. These and other people interested in the “vaccination certificate” who have not been contacted are asked to contact the office where they have been vaccinated by telephone. Usually this is the vaccination center in the cantonal hospital (phone 041 875 50 70), the family doctor’s practice or the pharmacy.
Those who have recovered from Covid and have not been vaccinated in the meantime will receive the link www.ur.ch/impfen Access to an online form to apply for a «recovery certificate». If a new «recovery certificate» is required (e.g. due to a wrong name), a new application must be made using the online form. The process until a new “recovery certificate” is available takes several working days.
New: online registration for tests in the Uri Cantonal Hospital
From Thursday, July 1, 2021, 2 p.m., appointments for desired tests (PCR test and antigen rapid tests) can be booked via an online platform on the homepage of the Uri Cantonal Hospital (www.ksuri.ch). People with symptoms of illness and / or suspected COVID infection, please continue to contact the corona hotline of the cantonal hospital directly on 041 875 50 50
Furthermore: get vaccinated
Telephone registrations for the vaccination can be made at the vaccination center in the Cantonal Hospital (telephone 041 875 50 70). Also the online vaccination portal www.ur.ch/impfen is still open to all people of Uri for registration.
The special staff no longer meets weekly
The special staff COVID-19 no longer meets weekly for reports due to the relaxed epidemiological situation. At the moment, the staff is mainly occupied with questions relating to the certificate and in connection with the organization of events. Current Uri figures can be found at https://www.covid19.admin.ch/de/epidemiologic/vacc-doses?detGeo=UR#showDetail (Vaccination progress) and https://www.covid19.admin.ch/de/epidemiologic/case?detGeo=UR&detRel=abs&detTime=total#showDetail (Number of cases).
The number of cases in the canton of Uri is generally at a very low level. There is currently one active case of people who tested positive for the coronavirus in the canton of Uri. 9 contact persons are in quarantine (4 of them due to entry into Switzerland). A person infected with the virus is in hospital care.
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