Bibliography on Covid-19 disease
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Expert paper by Georg Soldner and Prof. Dr. David Martin on “A synthesis review of current status and proposal of a registry study to overcome social polarization tendencies and answer open research questions”.
Last update: 13.04.2021
We therefore call for protective measures for schools and kindergartens to be drawn up by an interdisciplinary, broadly based committee, measures which can be implemented according to age and which do not disproportionately restrict the need for children and young people to meet and exercise.3 Any associated restrictions on fundamental rights require narrow time limits and regular and timely legitimation by parliaments.
The corona pandemic presents us with completely new challenges worldwide. At short intervals, kindergartens, schools and doctors‘ offices receive new information on how to proceed in individual cases. This information sometimes comes very late and costs a lot of effort to implement. Waldorf institutions must also adhere to these official regulations.
The current crisis should make us think more thoroughly about which form of economy can really be sustainable and oriented towards the common good. Our planet needs that now. We are living in a partnership crisis with the plan-et, with the living. If we want to overcome this crisis, we must scientifically allow the question of the na-ture of the living, the nature of the planet, we must enter into lived responsibility with the living. Living beings are not machines and humans are not ani-mals. This is precisely where our responsibility comes from. It is a moral responsibility. Whether we live up to it depends on our thinking, our compassion and above all on our lived attitude.
Lecture from the livestream seminar “Update on Covid-19 Infectiology
and Integrative Medicine” | April 24–25, 2020
Dr. med. Matthias Girke
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For veterinarians, corona viruses are part of daily life, but now the corona virus SARS-CoV 2 has crossed the barrier to humans. What is a virus, how does it attack the human organism, and how can we respond?