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and with it the duration of the search, everyone would be found, says Herzog.
In Aargau, a case is dealt with within a day. This is also the case with Fredy
Koller, who heads contact tracing in the canton of St.Gallen.
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«Research depends on the exact information provided by the patient and the
timely availability of the contact persons. As a rule, tracing, including
contacting, takes a maximum of one hour after first contact with the patient,
»explains Koller, who currently has a total of 20 employees in St.Gallen for
Five tracers are on duty each day, all of whom come from the care sector in
St.Gallen. In the canton of Zurich, eight tracers are currently still working
at the headquarters at Zurich Airport. In Aargau's “Conti” there are five part-
time tracers and three civil servants.
Successful traceability The traceability record is very gratifying, is
explained at all three locations. "Traceability was successful in around 90
percent of all cases," says Koller in St.Gallen. The person tested positive is
isolated by cantonal decree for ten days. And people in close contact are
quarantined for ten days.
From the moment the contact person meets the infected person. The isolation may
only be left after ten days if the affected persons show no symptoms 48 hours
before the end. If symptoms are found in quarantine, that person must be
Herzog says that the tracer's work is not yet complete. The “Conti” contact
tracers call infected people and contact persons every day to inquire about
their well-being and to be able to draw conclusions about other contagion
Family, friends and work The evaluation of the recycling shows that the
infections can be divided into three groups: through the family, through
friends and acquaintances and at work. According to the health department of
the Canton of Zurich, half of the infections are in the family, the rest are
However, family members must have picked up the virus somewhere. Finding the
exact origin is difficult. «The site of infection is hardly recognizable for
newly infected people. With an incubation period of up to ten days, i.e. the
time from infection to the appearance of symptoms, it can hardly be determined
in retrospect where exactly a person was infected », says Cantonal doctor
Yvonne Hummel from Aargau:
“The situation is different for people in quarantine. In these cases, the
infection chain is easy to understand. » So far, 14 people in the canton of
Aargau have been in quarantine. These were primarily infected in the family, at
work or at a barbecue.
No cases from public transport and sports clubs yet The places of infection
family, workplace and neighborhood mentioned above are the most common. To
date, no cases are known from restaurants, public transport or sports clubs in
the canton of Aargau. With the easing measures that have been taken, further
infection sites could be added, explains Hummel. This also includes protest
At the moment, the number of cases remains low and Eduard Herzog still has to
deal with one or two cases a day. There are currently 16 people in isolation
and 37 in quarantine in the canton of Zurich. With such positive numbers, it
must be assumed that compliance with hygiene measures in Switzerland is
becoming increasingly difficult.
This is monitored by social monitoring, which the Winterthur Institute for
Health Economics (WIG) operates at the ZHAW university of applied sciences
there. According to the health researcher Marc Höglinger, it shows that the
willingness not to visit and to stay at home is decreasing, which is in the
sense of the relaxation. Keeping a distance of two meters for the central
protective measure shows only a slight decrease in the analysis after two
months of lockdown. The researcher Marc Höglinger says:
"So the vast majority of people still stick to this important protective
measure in a disciplined manner." The willingness to wear a mask is also
increasing. "Around half of the population in Ticino is now doing this, while
in the other parts of the country it is a maximum of a quarter." A large number
of people are still severely restricted in terms of mobility. The acceptance of
the protective measures is still great.