Lockdowns, personal restrictions and tests: the Christmas season has been stressful for many since the pandemic began. In the meantime, however, the situation has calmed down, and we are facing an almost “normal” Christmas. But what should still be considered
According to environmental physician Hans-Peter Hutter, you must “take care of each other a bit. It’s best to test beforehand. Ventilate regularly. That’s all it takes.”
However, you should still pay attention to your symptoms because: “Simply running around cold and thinking that you only have a harmless cold is not the way to go. Vaccination coverage and infection rates are also helpful, he said. “Vaccinations, in particular, have now been able to defuse the pandemic greatly,” says complexity researcher Peter Klimek.
Testing continues safe measure for a family celebration
Epidemiologist Gerald Gartlehner also explains that the population has built up high levels of immune protection due to infections. Therefore, he wants to celebrate with the more prominent family again this year and be on the safe side; he will test himself before the festivities.
As a tip for a successful Christmas, Hutter concludes: “Very important: Always bring the right presents!”
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