If you belong to an at-risk group: please stay at home!

Soite’s haema­tol­o­gist, chief physi­cian in oncol­o­gy and chief physi­cian in infec­tious dis­eases have expressed a strong con­cern about per­sons in at-risk groups still being out and about in pub­lic places.

The rec­om­men­da­tions that apply to those who are over 70 years old also apply to peo­ple of all ages who belong to an at-risk group: they should stay at home in quar­an­tine-like con­di­tions and avoid close con­tact with oth­er people!

▪️ Crowds and pub­lic places should be avoided.

▪️ If it is nec­es­sary to go to the store or the phar­ma­cy one­self, this should be done when there aren’t so many oth­er peo­ple there.

▪️ One should keep a dis­tance of at least one metre to oth­er people.

▪️ Do not vis­it anybody.

▪️ You can keep in con­tact with your friends and rel­a­tives by phone, by video calls and by send­ing messages.

▪️ Please attend to hand hygiene even more care­ful­ly than usual.

▪️ Going out­side is allowed, as long as one keeps a dis­tance to oth­er people.

Please remem­ber that you can always call us!

Phone 06 828 7288, open on week­days from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The helpline for psy­cho­log­i­cal first aid also answers prac­ti­cal ques­tions about the coro­n­avirus sit­u­a­tion, such as “Where can I order deliv­ery of gro­ceries” or “How can I get my med­i­cines from the phar­ma­cy”.

If you sus­pect a coro­n­avirus infec­tion or need advice on care, please call the helpline for ques­tions about the coro­n­avirus:
Phone 06 828 7499, open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A list on at-risk groups:


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