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covid certificate 11.06.2021

11.06.2021

News about the Covid certificate according to the Health Directorate of Canton Zug from 11.06.2021:

The way to get the Covid certificate differs for the three groups of tested, recovered and vaccinated respectively:

Convalescents.
must fill out a form from the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), which is available via www.zg.ch/corona. You will then receive the certificate by letter within one week. Persons are considered recovered if they have received a positive PCR test and have completed the prescribed 10-day isolation. This form will be available starting June 16.

Vaccinated persons.
who have already received both doses of vaccine will be contacted by SMS or, in exceptional cases, by letter from June 16 and informed how to receive their certificate. These persons do not need to take any action themselves. From 21 June, the certificates will also be handed out immediately after the second vaccination on the spot (vaccination center in Baar, pharmacy or doctor's office). Persons who have recovered from a Covid disease in the last 6 months will receive the certificate after the first vaccination.

Tested persons.
will also receive their certificate from June 21 after a negative test result. This requires explicit notification that a certificate is desired before the test is performed. For PCR tests, this can be delivered automatically in the "Covid Certificate" app; for rapid antigen tests, the certificate will be issued at the test site. No Covid certificate will be issued for self-tests.

"The canton of Zug is ready to issue the certificates: All Zug residents receive this quickly and easily and can thus benefit from certain facilitations," Pfister expresses his satisfaction.

Certificates are valid for different periods

It should be noted that the certificates are valid for different periods of time: For vaccinated and recovered persons, the validity is 180 days, for negatively tested persons only 24 hours (for rapid antigen tests) or 72 hours (for PCR tests). All three certificates have the same validity within this period - no distinction is made between tested, recovered and vaccinated persons.

The Federal Council will decide on the scope of application of the Covid certificate at the end of June.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Corona Update 23.03.2021

24.03.2021

After a short testing period with the current Covid vaccines, we have decided NOT to do Covid 19 vaccinations in our practice. As soon as the individual vaccinations are released, we hope to be able to perform them in our practice. You will find the information on the home website in due course.
Thank you for your understanding

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HPV vaccination

12.06.2020

• Was ist HPV?
Dieser Begriff bezeichnet ein Virus, das Humanes Papillomavirus heisst. Es ist sehr verbreitet, und es gibt über 200 Typen davon. Etwa 40 dieser Typen befallen den Genitalbereich. Einige HPV-Typen verursachen Warzen an Händen und Füssen, andere sind sexuell übertragbar. Bei Letzteren unterscheidet man zwischen zwei Gruppen: Die einen verursachen Genitalwarzen (Feigwarzen) oder Oralwarzen, die anderen können vor allem zu Gebärmutterhalskrebs führen, aber auch zu Scheiden-, Penis-, Anal- und Rachenkrebs.
• Wie steckt man sich mit HPV an?
Genitale HPV werden durch Haut- und Schleimhautkontakt übertragen, meistens beim Geschlechtsverkehr, und zwar auch dann, wenn keine Penetration stattfindet. Sie können auch beim Oralsex übertragen werden und so den Rachen infizieren.
• Wie kann man sich vor einer Infektion schützen?
Die Impfung ist der beste Schutz gegen die HPV, die für den grössten Teil der von Papillomaviren verursachten Krebsarten verantwortlich sind. Kondome bieten nur einen begrenzten Schutz (ca. 70 %), da das Virus die Haut des ganzen Genitalbereichs befallen kann. Präservative reduzieren jedoch bis zu einem gewissen Grad das Infektionsrisiko und sind unverzichtbar, um weitere sexuell übertragbare Krankheiten wie Aids oder Syphilis zu vermeiden.
• Wer braucht eine Impfung?
Der Bund empfiehlt die HPV-Impfung allen Jugendlichen zwischen 11 und 26 Jahren. Die Kosten der Impfung werden über die kantonalen Impfprogramme vergütet.

new opening hours

04.05.2018

We have new opening hours. It starts on the 07.05.2018.

Mo, Tue, Thu: 07.30-12.00 h and 13.30-17.30 h
We und Fr: 07.30 -16.00 h continous

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