For several months, life in Switzerland has been done in small groups. No concerts, no plays, no big weddings, no college classes, no more than five at home. There are religious cults which bring together up to 50 people and gymnasiums which continue to welcome their students. But apart from a few exceptions – and one or another illegal holiday – the population sees few people.
And then there is the Federal Palace: 246 parliamentarians from all over the country, dozens of journalists, personal collaborators, ushers, cleaning staff, members of the security who rub shoulders inside, day after day, since the beginning of the month. Without a cluster emerging. As the Federal Council is preparing to decide on the possible reopening of theaters and dark rooms, can we draw any conclusions?