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I seem to be getting most of my Covid-19 information from outside of Switzerland. Can anyone point me to (non-paywalled) sources of information in Switzerland, eg: government / cantonal websites. In French or German is fine.

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I seem to be getting most of my Covid-19 information from outside of Switzerland. Can anyone point me to (non-paywalled) sources of information in Switzerland, eg: government / cantonal websites. In French or German is fine.


Sean CMar 19, 2020 @ 08:30
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Here is some https://www.ge.ch/

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Here is some https://www.ge.ch/


Sean C, Mar 19, 2020 @ 08:42
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https://www.who.int/


 


 

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Sean C, Mar 19, 2020 @ 08:45
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https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home.html

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Tina B, Mar 19, 2020 @ 09:29
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https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng

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David G, Mar 20, 2020 @ 17:02
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https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home.html


Mar 19, 20 09:29

This in fact is the official federal website. Restrictions vary from canton to canton so it is necessary to check these out as well.

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This in fact is the official federal website. Restrictions vary from canton to canton so it is necessary to check these out as well.


Paul E, Mar 22, 2020 @ 12:11
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I know this is not a Swiss site, but it contains very useful statistics broken down by country of cases, deaths, and recovered.


 


https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

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I know this is not a Swiss site, but it contains very useful statistics broken down by country of cases, deaths, and recovered.


 


https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/


Marcus T, Mar 22, 2020 @ 13:27
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I know this is not a Swiss site, but it contains very useful statistics broken down by country of cases, deaths, and recovered.

 

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/


Mar 22, 20 13:27

That is the one I use. There is also this one https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html.  Basically they are comparable -it is just the times of the postings which vary.  One might be more accurtate than the other but is the trends which are important

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That is the one I use. There is also this one https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html.  Basically they are comparable -it is just the times of the postings which vary.  One might be more accurtate than the other but is the trends which are important


Paul E, Mar 22, 2020 @ 13:34
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With Swiss lockdown measures easing, it is too early to post an activity if we limit participation numbers to ten, suggest masks if indoors and social distance?


 


COVID precautions and realities will go on for some time, life needs to move on, in a reasonable, responsible manner.


Any thoughts?


 

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With Swiss lockdown measures easing, it is too early to post an activity if we limit participation numbers to ten, suggest masks if indoors and social distance?


 


COVID precautions and realities will go on for some time, life needs to move on, in a reasonable, responsible manner.


Any thoughts?


 


ElizabethMH H, May 16, 2020 @ 23:24
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With Swiss lockdown measures easing, it is too early to post an activity if we limit participation numbers to ten, suggest masks if indoors and social distance?

 

COVID precautions and realities will go on for some time, life needs to move on, in a reasonable, responsible manner.

Any thoughts?

 


May 16, 20 23:24

I might start proposing walks from beginning June or 8th June. My problem is that as my walks are usually linked to qa clun I have to follow the guidances of the club which are linked to te respobnsibilité civile (third party) of the insurance take taken out to cover the hike leaders.  If churces in America caqn sue states for preventing mass gaterings, ten ike leaders can be sued for exposing participants to Covid 19.  Additionally being over 65 and often having older people taking part their safety is of imporance.  I also nknow os several clubs who have cancelled June and one tat has cancelled July.  Te rule at the moment is 5 including the leader Below is a section of what I have drawn up


.L’inscription est obligatoire, avec numéro de téléphone pour un suivi éventuel.  Pour l‘instant, les courses sont limitées à 5 personnes (4 personnes plus le chef de course).


Un participant qui tousse ou se sent malade le jour de la course doit annuler sa participation . Cette règle est valable également pour le chef de course.    


Chaque participant doit avoir, en plus de sa propre trousse de premier secours, un kit sanitaire « Covid-19 » personnel composé de :



2 masques (transport aller et retour) ;
Gel hydro-alcoolique ;
Lingettes désinfectantes pour les surfaces ;
Gants en latex ;
Savon ;
Sac poubelle (pour ramener ses déchets) ;
Bouteille d’eau (pour se laver les mains).                                              Il  faut garder une distance d’au moins 2 mètres pendant toute la randonnée, distance à augmenter  à 5m en cas de vent ou d’allure de marche élevée  Passer les barrières/portails en les ouvrant avec sa manche ou une serviette. 

Also do not share food or equipment.  The masks are in case they are needed in cars or pulic transport.  Additionally I will now give te meeting point and the time I will not suggest how to get there. 


I is a lot but leading awalk involves ensuring te enjoyment and safety of te participant and that ow includes $£Covid-19 wich is ere to stay and attacks all ages


 

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I might start proposing walks from beginning June or 8th June. My problem is that as my walks are usually linked to qa clun I have to follow the guidances of the club which are linked to te respobnsibilité civile (third party) of the insurance take taken out to cover the hike leaders.  If churces in America caqn sue states for preventing mass gaterings, ten ike leaders can be sued for exposing participants to Covid 19.  Additionally being over 65 and often having older people taking part their safety is of imporance.  I also nknow os several clubs who have cancelled June and one tat has cancelled July.  Te rule at the moment is 5 including the leader Below is a section of what I have drawn up


.L’inscription est obligatoire, avec numéro de téléphone pour un suivi éventuel.  Pour l‘instant, les courses sont limitées à 5 personnes (4 personnes plus le chef de course).


Un participant qui tousse ou se sent malade le jour de la course doit annuler sa participation . Cette règle est valable également pour le chef de course.    


Chaque participant doit avoir, en plus de sa propre trousse de premier secours, un kit sanitaire « Covid-19 » personnel composé de :



2 masques (transport aller et retour) ;
Gel hydro-alcoolique ;
Lingettes désinfectantes pour les surfaces ;
Gants en latex ;
Savon ;
Sac poubelle (pour ramener ses déchets) ;
Bouteille d’eau (pour se laver les mains).                                              Il  faut garder une distance d’au moins 2 mètres pendant toute la randonnée, distance à augmenter  à 5m en cas de vent ou d’allure de marche élevée  Passer les barrières/portails en les ouvrant avec sa manche ou une serviette. 

Also do not share food or equipment.  The masks are in case they are needed in cars or pulic transport.  Additionally I will now give te meeting point and the time I will not suggest how to get there. 


I is a lot but leading awalk involves ensuring te enjoyment and safety of te participant and that ow includes $£Covid-19 wich is ere to stay and attacks all ages


 


Paul E, May 17, 2020 @ 00:07
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Re my above post.  You have to use your imagination a bit.  Tey are not spelling mistakes, just incapability of hitting the keyboard correctly due to muscle atrophy due to lockdown confinement.  I have not made up these recommendations they are taken from the Swiss Alpine Club, the Féderation Française de Randonnée Pedestre, Suisse Rando and the Oesterreichisches Bergrettungsdienst.  i would be flexible in  te sharing of food in the case of a bottle of wine offered


 

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Re my above post.  You have to use your imagination a bit.  Tey are not spelling mistakes, just incapability of hitting the keyboard correctly due to muscle atrophy due to lockdown confinement.  I have not made up these recommendations they are taken from the Swiss Alpine Club, the Féderation Française de Randonnée Pedestre, Suisse Rando and the Oesterreichisches Bergrettungsdienst.  i would be flexible in  te sharing of food in the case of a bottle of wine offered


 


Paul E, May 17, 2020 @ 00:15
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:) Thanks Paul - all good guidelines to be responsible and enjoy. 


Definitely agree on the point with wine:) - perhaps we should throw in that everyone brings their own reusable cup:)


Unsure if it is an issue that I had no problem - at all - understanding your creative typing. 


I hope people will appreciate the efforts of others to organise activiies. 


Cheers,


 

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:) Thanks Paul - all good guidelines to be responsible and enjoy. 


Definitely agree on the point with wine:) - perhaps we should throw in that everyone brings their own reusable cup:)


Unsure if it is an issue that I had no problem - at all - understanding your creative typing. 


I hope people will appreciate the efforts of others to organise activiies. 


Cheers,


 


ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 00:36
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I find that the tv and radio site  https://www.rts.ch  is quite good for a general national overview. If you scroll down the home page there is usually a  main section 'pandemic'. It seems up to now to be on the left hand side of the page.


In this there are  usually  3  links, one leading to a page where offcial news items  of public interest regarding the whole country are  updated frequently throughout the day, containing interviews and related articles, and live press conferences when they take place, and also a couple of other separate links.


It is in French. 

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I find that the tv and radio site  https://www.rts.ch  is quite good for a general national overview. If you scroll down the home page there is usually a  main section 'pandemic'. It seems up to now to be on the left hand side of the page.


In this there are  usually  3  links, one leading to a page where offcial news items  of public interest regarding the whole country are  updated frequently throughout the day, containing interviews and related articles, and live press conferences when they take place, and also a couple of other separate links.


It is in French. 


TogJay, May 17, 2020 @ 09:43
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I find that the tv and radio site  https://www.rts.ch  is quite good for a general national overview. If you scroll down the home page there is usually a  main section 'pandemic'. It seems up to now to be on the left hand side of the page.

In this there are  usually  3  links, one leading to a page where offcial news items  of public interest regarding the whole country are  updated frequently throughout the day, containing interviews and related articles, and live press conferences when they take place, and also a couple of other separate links.

It is in French. 


May 17, 20 09:43

I agree these site are useful.  I suppose the officiasl one is the OFSP and the Neglish version is here https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home.html  and for Geneva (also in English) https://www.geneve.ch/en/actualites/coronavirus-decisions-federal-cantonal-authorities-information-concerning-city-geneva


But for organising hikes although I could refer peopler to tese sites I doubt if any wouold consult them.  Therefore my decision to create my own rules


 

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I agree these site are useful.  I suppose the officiasl one is the OFSP and the Neglish version is here https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home.html  and for Geneva (also in English) https://www.geneve.ch/en/actualites/coronavirus-decisions-federal-cantonal-authorities-information-concerning-city-geneva


But for organising hikes although I could refer peopler to tese sites I doubt if any wouold consult them.  Therefore my decision to create my own rules


 


Paul E, May 17, 2020 @ 10:37
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Thank you Jay, you did a tactful, gentle, informed job of this. Even when adjusting activity to five participants with social distancing amd masks, I had no takers for MUDAC, a drink and a walk in the nearby forest, perhaps people are not ready for activities just yet.


 

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Thank you Jay, you did a tactful, gentle, informed job of this. Even when adjusting activity to five participants with social distancing amd masks, I had no takers for MUDAC, a drink and a walk in the nearby forest, perhaps people are not ready for activities just yet.


 


ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 10:44
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Let's add in BYO reusable wine cup (and a good bottle), and we're good to go;)

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Let's add in BYO reusable wine cup (and a good bottle), and we're good to go;)


ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 10:46
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I would just advice to be cautious. Yes, since a definite end of the pandemic is months away, we all want to find ways to restore economic and educational activities and social interactions. But dead people (1,879 in Switzerland) can not engage in any of those and sick people can not perform as well either. It is not one or the other: return to economic and social activities depends on gaining control of viral spread. So, how do you achieve that?


Once you have failed to contain spread by testing, contact tracing, treating and isolating when the numbers were low, measures to foster socials distancing in order to cut transmission chains are the best mechanism to mitigate spread. But they have to be pursued until the objective of controlling spread of the virus has been achieved.


That approach has worked when implemented. The more the rules are observed, the shorter the time they are needed. Once the number of infections are low, however, we need to get to the point where they are zero or almost zero for a period of up to 14 days. That means there are no people hosting the virus and it is safe to restart activities, but with a surveillance mechanism (test, contact trace and isolate) in place, to detect and contain outbreaks. Even then, if possible, we should wear masks, maintain social distance and practices for a couple of weeks until it is clear there is no renewed transmission.


This is not theoretical: it is what has been successfully done in China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and New Zealand. Disneyland Shanghai has just been reopened. Even then, with many precautionary measures.


If we want to get there, why can we just not wait a few more days? After weeks of confinement, why take the chance that those measures will have to be imposed again? What is the rush?


It should not be long.


This is the situation in Switzerland: thanks to the measures adopted to break transmission of the virus, namely, confinement at home, the number of daily confirmed cases in Switzerland went down to 28 on 5 May. But it oscillated around that level, with ups and downs, instead of continuing to decline. In the last three days, it has gradually but consistently increased, and it is now double the number it was on 5 May, at 58. It is an extremely low number, and nothing like it was at is peak of 1,300 on 23 March, but trends matter, specially when they are consistently in one direction. These were exactly the numbers and trend in the first week of March.We all know where it went from there.


Where it now goes from here depends on our behavior.

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I would just advice to be cautious. Yes, since a definite end of the pandemic is months away, we all want to find ways to restore economic and educational activities and social interactions. But dead people (1,879 in Switzerland) can not engage in any of those and sick people can not perform as well either. It is not one or the other: return to economic and social activities depends on gaining control of viral spread. So, how do you achieve that?


Once you have failed to contain spread by testing, contact tracing, treating and isolating when the numbers were low, measures to foster socials distancing in order to cut transmission chains are the best mechanism to mitigate spread. But they have to be pursued until the objective of controlling spread of the virus has been achieved.


That approach has worked when implemented. The more the rules are observed, the shorter the time they are needed. Once the number of infections are low, however, we need to get to the point where they are zero or almost zero for a period of up to 14 days. That means there are no people hosting the virus and it is safe to restart activities, but with a surveillance mechanism (test, contact trace and isolate) in place, to detect and contain outbreaks. Even then, if possible, we should wear masks, maintain social distance and practices for a couple of weeks until it is clear there is no renewed transmission.


This is not theoretical: it is what has been successfully done in China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and New Zealand. Disneyland Shanghai has just been reopened. Even then, with many precautionary measures.


If we want to get there, why can we just not wait a few more days? After weeks of confinement, why take the chance that those measures will have to be imposed again? What is the rush?


It should not be long.


This is the situation in Switzerland: thanks to the measures adopted to break transmission of the virus, namely, confinement at home, the number of daily confirmed cases in Switzerland went down to 28 on 5 May. But it oscillated around that level, with ups and downs, instead of continuing to decline. In the last three days, it has gradually but consistently increased, and it is now double the number it was on 5 May, at 58. It is an extremely low number, and nothing like it was at is peak of 1,300 on 23 March, but trends matter, specially when they are consistently in one direction. These were exactly the numbers and trend in the first week of March.We all know where it went from there.


Where it now goes from here depends on our behavior.


JR M, May 17, 2020 @ 13:26
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Cheers, I am aware of all the information you share and posted in accordance with current guidelines.


 


My persoective is we are in this for the long haul (two years), and need to find a sustainable, responsible way to manage our lives.


Wishing you good health

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Cheers, I am aware of all the information you share and posted in accordance with current guidelines.


 


My persoective is we are in this for the long haul (two years), and need to find a sustainable, responsible way to manage our lives.


Wishing you good health


ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 15:59
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https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p08cvtp9/are-sweden-already-living-the-new-normal-

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ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 16:47
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Ah, yeah, Sweden, of course.


Sweden       29,677 cases   3,679 deaths  "voluntary social distancing"


Denmark     11,056 cases      547 deaths   lockdown after 4 deaths


Norway         8,327 cases      232 deaths   lockdown after 4 deaths


source: CSSE John Hopkins University

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Ah, yeah, Sweden, of course.


Sweden       29,677 cases   3,679 deaths  "voluntary social distancing"


Denmark     11,056 cases      547 deaths   lockdown after 4 deaths


Norway         8,327 cases      232 deaths   lockdown after 4 deaths


source: CSSE John Hopkins University


JR M, May 17, 2020 @ 20:33
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I am living and posted an event according to Swiss Federal requirements. Everyone, including yourself, is free to make decisions, and take responsibility, and live within those guidelines. 

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I am living and posted an event according to Swiss Federal requirements. Everyone, including yourself, is free to make decisions, and take responsibility, and live within those guidelines. 


ElizabethMH H, May 17, 2020 @ 21:13
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I am living and posted an event according to Swiss Federal requirements. Everyone, including yourself, is free to make decisions, and take responsibility, and live within those guidelines. 


May 17, 20 21:13

Of course you are, Elizabeth. And, of course, we all are "free to make decisions, and take responsibility." We are all in this together, what each of us does has the potential of affecting others. That is why I made an appeal to some of you in this thread:


"why can we just not wait a few more days? After weeks of confinement, why take the chance that those measures will have to be imposed again? What is the rush? It should not be long."


What is so unreasonable about that? And why would it be burdensome to wait "a few more days"? I explained what difference it makes. It allows for the prevalence of the virus to get to down further.

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Of course you are, Elizabeth. And, of course, we all are "free to make decisions, and take responsibility." We are all in this together, what each of us does has the potential of affecting others. That is why I made an appeal to some of you in this thread:


"why can we just not wait a few more days? After weeks of confinement, why take the chance that those measures will have to be imposed again? What is the rush? It should not be long."


What is so unreasonable about that? And why would it be burdensome to wait "a few more days"? I explained what difference it makes. It allows for the prevalence of the virus to get to down further.


JR M, May 18, 2020 @ 00:19
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While it would be irronic to tell someone who likes to tell others how to live, what to do...:)given I am responsible and careful of others, and follow Swiss COVID-19 Ordiance, please refrain from giving opinion on my acitivies.


(and my activity was postponed "a few more days", but that is not the point).


 


This situation will go on for at least 18 months - you will have plenty of opportunity to tell others - and there are several people who have started posting activities - what to do beyond the Federal Ordinance - but in my case, your opinions are not welcome. 

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While it would be irronic to tell someone who likes to tell others how to live, what to do...:)given I am responsible and careful of others, and follow Swiss COVID-19 Ordiance, please refrain from giving opinion on my acitivies.


(and my activity was postponed "a few more days", but that is not the point).


 


This situation will go on for at least 18 months - you will have plenty of opportunity to tell others - and there are several people who have started posting activities - what to do beyond the Federal Ordinance - but in my case, your opinions are not welcome. 


ElizabethMH H, May 18, 2020 @ 13:49
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Dear Elizabeth, I do not understand why you are taking this so personally.


Your post on 16 May asked the question "it is too early to post an activity...?" and ended with "Any thoughts?"


So I responded "I would just advice to be cautious..." and "wait a few more days," and explained why.


On 17 May, Paul posted in detail how he will be organizing activities. I found his post a thorough and very useful set of suggestions for those who are already planning.


But most of all, I found his timeline just on target. He started with "I might start proposing walks from beginning June or 8th June." That is at least two weeks from now. I think Switzerland will be at the right level of confirmed cases before that.


I don't think making personal characterizations is useful. Re read my posts. You can ignore what I wrote, but I wrote it because this is a public forum and I hope someone will find it useful.

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Dear Elizabeth, I do not understand why you are taking this so personally.


Your post on 16 May asked the question "it is too early to post an activity...?" and ended with "Any thoughts?"


So I responded "I would just advice to be cautious..." and "wait a few more days," and explained why.


On 17 May, Paul posted in detail how he will be organizing activities. I found his post a thorough and very useful set of suggestions for those who are already planning.


But most of all, I found his timeline just on target. He started with "I might start proposing walks from beginning June or 8th June." That is at least two weeks from now. I think Switzerland will be at the right level of confirmed cases before that.


I don't think making personal characterizations is useful. Re read my posts. You can ignore what I wrote, but I wrote it because this is a public forum and I hope someone will find it useful.


JR M, May 18, 2020 @ 18:36
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That is the one I use. There is also this one https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html.  Basically they are comparable -it is just the times of the postings which vary.  One might be more accurtate than the other but is the trends which are important


Mar 22, 20 13:34

What I like about the John Hopkins CSSE site is that you can select the data for individual countries and display the graph on the number of daily cases (see lower right hand corner in the screen shot below), which allows you to see trends.


Some of you may be interested in the information on France, specially as border restrictions will be eventually eased (if any of you know when, it would be great to hear). Unfortunately, the information on specific areas of France is not terribly good. But you can try:


ESRI France


French Ministry of Health


France 3


 


 



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What I like about the John Hopkins CSSE site is that you can select the data for individual countries and display the graph on the number of daily cases (see lower right hand corner in the screen shot below), which allows you to see trends.


Some of you may be interested in the information on France, specially as border restrictions will be eventually eased (if any of you know when, it would be great to hear). Unfortunately, the information on specific areas of France is not terribly good. But you can try:


ESRI France


French Ministry of Health


France 3


 


 


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