Switzerland will allow places of worship to open as of May 28

An altar boy stands in the central aisle of the Basilica of Neuchatel which pews display the portraits of 400 parishioners unable to attend the mass due to coronavirus on May 3.
An altar boy stands in the central aisle of the Basilica of Neuchatel which pews display the portraits of 400 parishioners unable to attend the mass due to coronavirus on May 3. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images
Switzerland will allow people to attend places of worship again starting on May 28, the Swiss Federal Council announced.
This includes services and celebrations of all religions.
Some background: The Federal Council has passed legislation for a new “SwissCovid-App.” With the changed law, which still needs to be passed by the Swiss parliament, those participating could be notified if there is a chance they are exposed to the virus through a so-called “Proximity-Tracing-System,” the Swiss Federal council said in a press release.
Research and development of a vaccine is to be sped up and access to a safe and effective vaccine for the population is to be ensured, the nation's Federal Council says.
Health workers in hospitals will go back to regular shift and rest schedules as of June, as the situation in most hospital departments has normalized, the Federal Council added.

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