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A print sheet with a brief information about diphtheria, which can be given to people to be vaccinated before the vaccination. The next vaccination date can be thereon noted.

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After contracting the coronavirus, some people often experience consequences of the disease for weeks or months. The occurrence of these kinds of persistent effects is called long COVID. - Symptoms of post COVID-19 condition - What to do if you have post …

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Corona: Get the booster now

The booster against COVID-19 is particularly important and especially recommended for those aged 65 and over, pregnant women and people with certain underlying conditions. Anyone aged 16 and over can also get a booster shot.

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Corona: GET BETTER PROTECTION WITH THE BOOSTER

For the best possible protection from a severe case of COVID-19 in autumn and winter, the booster vaccination is especially recommended for those aged 65 and over, pregnant women and people with certain underlying conditions. Anyone aged 16 and over can al…

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Below you will find information on diphteria so that you can protect yourself and others. Diphteria is a serious infectious disease that can still be deadly. In the asylum centre you may come into contact with someone who has diphteria. Or perhaps you came…

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Month Without Tobacco

In November 2022, take up the challenge of a Month Without Tobacco! Your will to succeed, a practical and customizable support guide, a caring community and experts who listen: it’s the perfect time to quit smoking! Thanks to this free 30-day programme, …

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- All pregnant women are strongly advised to get a booster vaccination this autumn. - By having a booster, you can strengthen your protection against severe illness, at least temporarily. - The COVID-19 vaccination is safe – including during pregnancy. It …

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- At this point in the pandemic, nearly everyone in Switzerland has either been vaccinated and/or had and recovered from COVID-19. Their immune systems have therefore been exposed to the coronavirus. The virus variants currently in circulation also cause m…

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Wie Sie Covid-19-Impfangebote einfach zugänglich machen

Rund 80 Prozent der Schweizer Bevölkerung wollen sich gegen das Coronavirus impfen lassen. Es besteht die Gefahr, dass die Verletzlichen in der Schweiz – Menschen mit Beeinträchtigungen, Armutsbetroffene und Geflüchtete – hintenanstehen müssen. Das SRK v…

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The mRNA vaccines provide very effective protection against severe cases of COVID-19 requiring hospital admission. But with the current variants, the protection afforded by the primary vaccination course declines rapidly. For this reason we recommend every…

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Since May 2022, clusters of monkeypox infections have been observed in Europe and other regions. Switzerland is also affected. The disease is transmitted through close contact. Anyone with symptoms should consult a physician.

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