德國用於重新啟動的模擬活動

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    • 202010/1405:38

    ◎「Restart-19專案」將使4,000名志願者參加不同的音樂會模擬,以試圖確定如何舉辦大型活動而無感染風險。
    ◎德國科學家正在與歌手Tim Bendzko合作,發起一系列音樂會模擬,並研究如何防止Covid-19在大型活動中傳播。「Restart-19」已從薩克森-安哈爾特州和薩克森聯邦州獲得990,000歐元的資金,首場音樂會已在該州試行,將在可容納12,000人的場館,進行一系列的活動模擬,以確定如何舉辦大型文化和體育活動而又不構成危險的框架。
    ◎德國科學家正在啟動一系列模擬,以研究如何防止COVID-19傳播。藝人Tim Bendzko將在舞台上,對自願參加模擬的人表演,以盡可能真實地再現表演活動。參加模擬所有參與者都將接受Covid-19測試,並且在模擬過程中使用口罩和消毒劑。參加者在音樂會模擬期間將佩戴小型接觸追踪設備,該設備每五秒鐘發送一次信號以記錄與其他人的接近程度,及與他人接觸的持續時間和頻率。參加者也將被要求在進入場地時,使用螢光消毒劑,以便科學家在事件發生後,使用紫外線來識別最有可能發生傳播的部位。作為研究的一部分,參與者往返場地的公共交通工具也將被模擬和追蹤。
    ◎薩克森-安哈爾特經濟和科學部長(Armin Willingmann)博士表示,冠狀病毒大流行正在使活動行業癱瘓。只要受到感染威脅,大型音樂會和貿易展覽會或體育賽事都不會舉行。因此,找出可以有效將感染風險降至最低的技術或條件,至關重要。

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    The Restart-19 project will see 4,000 volunteers attend different concert simulations in an attempt to identify how to host large-scale events without risk of infection
    German scientists are teaming up with singer Tim Bendzko to launch a series of concert simulations and investigate how to prevent Covid-19 from spreading at large events.
    Restart-19, which has received €990,000 in funding from the federal states of Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony, where the country’s first standing post-Covid concerts were trialled last week, will see a series of event simulations take place at the 12,000-capacity Quarterback Immobilien Arena in Leipzig on 22 August.
    The project is run by the University Medical Centre Halle (Saale) in conjunction with arena operator ZSL mbH and SC DHfK Leipzig handball team, with the aim of identifying a framework for how larger cultural and sports events could be held without posing a danger for the population after Germany’s ban on large-scale events expires.
    Bendzko will perform at the arena to those who volunteer to take part in the simulations, in order to reproduce the behaviour of concertgoers as realistically as possible
    The simulations will replicate one event with 4,000 attendees, entering through two main entrances and sitting as prior to the pandemic; one with 4,000 participants with optimised hygiene measures, more entrances and larger distances between participants; and one with 2,000 attendees, who will be seated 1.5 metres apart.
    GERMAN SCIENTISTS ARE LAUNCHING A SERIES OF CONCERT SIMULATIONS TO INVESTIGATE HOW TO PREVENT COVID-19 FROM SPREADING AT LARGE EVENTS
    All participants will by tested for Covid-19 before taking part and masks and hand sanitisers will be used during the simulations.
    Participants will wear a small contact-tracing device during the concert simulations which will transmit a signal every five seconds to record proximity with other individuals, as well as the duration and frequency of contact with others.
    The ‘concertgoers’ will also be asked to use a fluorescent hand sanitiser on entry, allowing scientists to use UV lights after the events to identify surfaces where transmission is most likely to occur.
    Public transport to and from the venue will also be simulated and tracked as part of the research.
    “The coronavirus pandemic is paralysing the events industry,” says Saxony-Anhalt minister of economics and science Prof. Dr. Armin Willingmann.
    “As long as infection threatens, neither large concerts and trade fairs, or sporting events can take place. That is why it is so important to find out what technical or organisational framework conditions can effectively minimise the risk of infection.
    “With Restart-19 the University Medical Centre Halle is pioneering work for a new start of the events industry in Central Germany and beyond.”
    More information about the experiment and how to take part is available here.

     

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