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Znüni News – Monday December 14

Have you gotten your head around the new measures? Well, don’t think that that was all. This Friday the minister of interior, Alain Berset, will be announcing new measures, probably a traffic light system: green, amber or red for cantons with measures to fit accordingly… unless, the government goes for what the health director is calling for, a total lockdown beforehand. Arguing that we have twice as many cases as Germany, which is going back into lockdown this Wednesday, directors of five university hospitals in Switzerland are asking the government to shut the country down to get the pandemic under control. Our advice, do your non-essential shopping sooner rather than later you don’t want to get caught out!

Meanwhile, police broke up an illegal party with 80 participants, none of whom were wearing masks, in Unteriberg, Schwyz. Two arrests were made.

Next year will see a boom of births, as the results of the first lockdown and nothing good on “Netflix” will show itself. Called the “coronababy”, this phenomenon will, most likely, be visible the world over!

This week the LiLi Centre pop-up store has 17 small business vendors, the centre is open from 9.30 to 13.00 Monday through Friday. It adheres to the safety rules so you can shop for original presents and support small business entrepreneurs in safety.

some of the brands to be found at the centre.

Charlie Hartmann is the managing director of the Livingin organisation which focuses on helping international residents connect, grow and thrive in Switzerland.