Zurich (Reuters)-District officials said on Wednesday that after the COVID-19 outbreak related to one or more gatherings, Switzerland has quarantined the entire undergraduate institution of one of the top hotel management schools, and these schools only return a few during the summer vacation I was quarantined only after days.
The Vaud cantonal government said in a statement that all 2500 undergraduates at the Lausanne Institute of Higher Education hotel must stay in their housing, including on-campus accommodation, until September 28.
Subsequently, several major outbreaks broke out in student groups, which made it impossible to track which students were exposed to the virus.
The Swiss authorities believe that this was before the school’s celebrations, and before Vaud adopted stricter measures on September 1
These measures include closing nightclubs, banning more than 100 people from participating in private events, and compulsory wearing of masks in indoor public places.
Like many European countries, the Swiss case has been resurrected since the lockdown measures were relaxed and some international travel restarted in the summer.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the most recent cases have exceeded 50,000.Here
There were approximately 33 new cases per 100,000 residents last week, and the impact is still relatively small compared to nearby countries that are currently at or near the peak.
It has taken regional measures for many preventive measures, which state authorities are free to consider as appropriate measures.
Lausanne University College said it is cooperating with regional medical institutions to provide support to affected students who have so far only reported mild symptoms and will continue to conduct distance learning throughout the isolation period.
It said in an email statement: “Important measures have been taken on campus to ensure the highest health standards and to limit the spread of the virus as much as possible.”
It said that disciplinary measures have been taken against students who organize private gatherings.
Reporting by Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi; Editing by Jan Harvey