Help trace COVID-19: act early - self-declare/self-evaluate on Tramed
In light of the stricter measures announced by CERN’s Host States (France and Switzerland) to confront the escalating number of infections in their countries, CERN is adapting its framework for on-site activities and telework. The overarching objective remains to safeguard the health and safety of everybody on the CERN sites while enabling continued effective operation of the Laboratory, as far as feasible.
The return on site of all categories of personnel is supported by COVID-19-specific health and safety measures and recommendations, which are collated and regularly updated on this webpage.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for CERN personnel, are available on a dedicated page.
COVID-19 helpline for support and information: Covid19.Helpline@cern.ch or +41 22 766 7777 from Monday to Friday (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Please read through all the sections marked *New-Date* for the most recent changes. Highlighted below are the most important updates.
Proximeter training *New 04-02-21*
- A new online course “COVID-19 - Proximeter & Contact Tracing” is available via the Safety Training catalogue on CERN’s Learning Hub. To enrol, click here: https://lms.cern.ch/ekp/servlet/ekp?PX=N&TEACHREVIEW=N&CID=EKP000043651&TX=FORMAT1&LANGUAGE_TAG=*ALL*&DECORATEPAGE=N.
Testing at CERN *New 04-02-21*
- CERN intends to deploy stratified testing on-site in the near future. The HSE unit will be launching a four-week pilot with the aim of testing the corresponding procedures and logistics, as well as modalities of testing. The pilot will include teams from the CERN Control Centre, the CERN Fire and rescue Service, and CMS shift workers.