A message from the Junior School Counsellors
The Junior School Counsellors thought have recorded another audiobook for parents to listen at home with their child(ren) - "Breathing Makes it Better."
We remain in contact with the responsible Swiss authorities and are collaborating with other international schools across Switzerland. This is a very rapidly changing situation; information displayed on this page will be updated regularly as new data is received.
Much of the current local news and many of the sites below are in German. If you would like to read local information in English, or another language, we would recommend the use of Google Translate. To use this translation tool for any foreign language web page, (1) first visit the page, (2) copy the URL website address (e.g. https://www...) of the page you would like to translate and (3) paste this into the google translate window. You will then be provided with a translated version of the link. (4) Click the new page link to display the information in the language of your choice.
The Cantonal Crisis Staff (KKS) has currently taken over the management of the situation. The current focus is on protecting our risk groups and a functioning health system. The cantonal medical service is in regular contact with the Federal Government to coordinate the implementation of recommendations.
All the important information about the coronavirus - from media releases to information and fact sheets to hygiene regulations and situation bulletins.
The Aargau Medical Association is offering emergency telephone advice to enable residents to ask urgent medical questions that cannot otherwise be clarified using the information provided by the authorities: Tel. 0900 401 501
The Canton of Basel-Stadt has provided information on the current appraisal of the situation relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19). This information is being constantly updated.
Basel-Stadt infoline (during office hours): Tel. 0800 463 666
Tel. +41 58 463 00 00 (daily 24 hours)
Please note: This Infoline does not provide medical advice. Due to the high volume of calls you may experience delays in getting through.