The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the protective measures put in place to combat it may cause psychological upheaval (loss of bearings, social isolation, anxiety, mood swings, insomnia, etc.).
During the lockdown, it is also important to pay attention to our diet:
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The CERN Fire and Rescue Service has always worked closely with its partners in CERN’s Host States, France and Switzerland. With the advent of COVID-19, that cooperation is closer than ever.
Every year, CERN organises several blood donation sessions. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the session scheduled for 1 April 2020 was cancelled.
The Occupational Health Service reminds you of the rules to follow to make your work or telework space as comfortable and safe as possible.
Most of us have had our work patterns turned upside down by the measures that have been implemented to fight COVID-19.
On February 18, 2020, CERN held a training session on handling fluorinated gases, also known as F-gases, in the large LHC experiments.
In my end of year message, I said that 2019 had been a particularly challenging year for our Unit. Little could we imagine the challenge that lay ahead of us in 2020, both professionally and personally, with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since Saturday March 21st, the CERN Fire and Rescue Service has been helping Geneva’s cantonal hospital (HUG) by transporting patients in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.