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FAQ about the coronavirus

The current situation at the University
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On this page you will find general information about the corona situation at the University of Jena as well as answers to frequently asked questions that are of general interest. You can access the FAQ pages for individual target groups via the navigation in the header and at the bottom of this page.

Stage 1 of the infection protection concept [pdf, 4 mb] de (German only) of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena is currently in force.

Corona Update 1.12.2021

In the winter semester 2021/22, face-to-face teaching and examinations with a maximum of 125 participants can take place at the University of Jena in compliance with the so-called "3-G" regulation *) (vaccinated, recovered or tested). Digital and hybrid events will continue to be offered if this complements or enriches the teaching or if the maximum number of participants is exceeded.

The university's infection protection plan [pdf, 4 mb] de (German only, stage 1) continues to apply. Wherever possible, the minimum distance of 1.5 metres must be maintained. Medical or FFP2-/KN95-/N95-/KF94-/KF95 masks must still be worn in all university buildings. Contact tracking with QRoniton will continue.

A test centre is open in the foyer of Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3 (near the Branch Library of Law, Economics and Social Sciences), where students can carry out a rapid antigen test on their own under supervision, Mondays to Fridays between 7 am and 3 pm. In the event of a negative test result, a certificate will be issued on site that is valid for a maximum of 24 hours for attending face-to-face courses and examinations. The certificate is also valid for visiting the ThULB and the dining halls and cafeterias of the Studierendenwerk.

From Wednesday, 1 December, a community-organised vaccination centre will be available on the campus of the University of Jena (Foyer Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3). Anyone interested can get their first, second or booster vaccination here without making an appointment beforehand. The vaccination centre will be open daily from 9 am to 7 pm. If available, please bring your insurance card and your vaccination certificate.

*) For students of human medicine and dentistry, the so-called "3-G-plus" regulation applies, with qualified requirements for testing. For more detailed information, please see the following link: https://www.uniklinikum-jena.de/studiendekanat/Covid_19/Lehrbetrieb.html (German only). The information is regularly updated.

You can find more regularly updated information on the university blog.

Are your questions still not answered? Then write to: corona@uni-jena.de.

FAQ about university operations in general

1. Which rules apply to on-site events? Show content

According to Article 22 of the new ordinance from August 24, only people who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 or have been tested are permitted to attend face-to-face courses, examinations, aptitude test procedures, selection procedures and admission examinations. In German this is referred to as the “3-G Principle”, for “geimpft/genesen/getestet” (vaccinated/recovered/tested).

In the winter semester, the general 1.5-metre social distancing rule is no longer a requirement for face-to-face teaching. Wherever possible, this minimum distance must nevertheless be observed.

Medical or FFP2/KN95-/N95-/KF94-/KF95 masks must still be worn in all university buildings – even in courses and at work stations, regardless of the distance to other people. During teaching attended by students in person (e.g. language teaching), teaching staff are not obliged to wear a mask if they maintain a distance of 3 metres.

Contact tracing with QRoniton will continue. Participants of on-site events are obliged to register via the digital contact person registration QRoniton using the QR code of the specific room at the beginning of the event. For external attendance events, attendance lists de (German) with contact data are maintained in order to facilitate contact tracing in case of an infection. By registering via QR code or at external events, participants declare in writing that they are free of corona symptoms and risk contacts and that they will adhere to the rules of distance and hygiene.

Manual ventilation is mandatory in rooms without mechanical ventilation. As a basic rule for office rooms: ventilate hourly over the entire window area for 3 minutes (in winter) or 10 minutes (in summer); meeting and seminar rooms, as well as lecture halls without mechanical ventilation should be ventilated every 20 minutes. In addition, ventilation should be provided for 15 minutes after each course (but at least every 90 minutes).

The offering of drinks and open meals in the form of buffets or similar is prohibited.

You must also continue to comply with the university’s infection prevention plan (German only).

2. Which rules apply to working on-site? Show content

3-G obligation in the workplace

The university is obliged to verify and document the 3-G status of its staff. Staff members may only enter university premises if they are vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19 or have a current test result, and have a vaccination, recovery or test certificate with them, available for inspection or deposited with the employer. Employees who do not have 3-G status may only enter the university in order to take a test provided by the employer immediately before starting work. The requirement to prove 3-G status also applies to employees who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. Time spent travelling and carrying out the tests does not count as work time.

A rapid antigen test (lateral flow test) or a PCR test is considered proof of having been tested. The test must have been carried out at most 24 hours previously (rapid antigen test) or 48 hours previously (PCR test). A rapid test carried out under supervision on site continues to be valid proof of testing. This test can be performed in the university’s self-test centre on the Ernst-Abbe-Platz campus and also elsewhere at the university under the supervision of the superior, provided that the superior agrees to supervise the test. In both cases, the two free rapid tests provided each week can also be used. In addition, the free tests at the municipal test centres can be used. Any additional costs for tests are to be borne by the employees themselves.

In any case, compliance with the protective measures according to the university’s infection prevention plan [pdf, 4 mb] de (German only) continues to be important, despite current low incidence levels and the fact that a person may already have been vaccinated. Please remain vigilant.

Working from home

For suitable activities, employees can be offered the option of working from home, provided that they perform all the services required under their contract. There is no obligation to accept this offer from the employer. If an employee’s job includes some activities that are suitable for working from home and others that are not, the activities should be divided where possible, for example by working some days in the workplace and others from home. Accessibility by telephone and/or e-mail must also be ensured at home.

3. Do I have to wear a mouth-nose-covering at the university? Show content

Yes! For everyone who is in the buildings and on the grounds of the Friedrich Schiller University, the obligation to wear a qualified mouth-nose covering (medical masks, optionally FFP2 masks) always applies if the minimum distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained. Beyond this, the mask must be worn regardless of the distance:

  • during face-to-face lectures and examinations (except for lecturers, e.g. in language classes, if a distance of 3 metres is maintained)
  • when using WiFi study spaces
  • in the facilities of the ThULB
  • in corridors, staircases and lifts

The university will also be making surgical masks available for collection by its employees and students who need to attend on-site teaching. These masks will be distributed from Tuesday, 6 April, from 10 am to 2 pm in the dining hall Philosophenweg the Studierendenwerk (Philosophenweg 20). Students must show their thoska card. The distribution will continue on a daily basis (on working days) as long as there are enough masks.

4. Which rules apply in university buildings and in outdoor areas? Show content

Most important regulations for university buildings and areas: 

  • A suitable nose and mouth covering (surgical mask, FFP2 mask) must be at all times in university buildings even if the distance is observed. People must continue to wear a nose and mouth covering in all public areas inside university properties.
  • Persons who use university facilities must register via the digital contact person registration QRoniton using the QR code of the respective room;
  • Persons who show COVID-19 symptoms or who come from a corona risk area abroad are not allowed to enter the university;
  • When working on-site, you need to comply with the hygiene rules [pdf, 4 mb] de (German only) of the University which are part of the University's infection prevention concept. 
5. Where will still be restrictions? Show content

At present it is known that there will be restricitons in the following university facilities:

Dining halls/cafeterias

University Library (ThULB)

Customer and Print Centre de (German only)

6. Are the ThULB and its branch libraries open? Show content

The ThULB is open under infection protection measures. From Monday, 15 November, the 3-G regulations will also apply there.
Study Spaces can be reserved and used again. Carrels (individual workrooms) can be booked here again, initially only for the whole day or as weekly and monthly carrels. Special reading rooms can only be used on request.

A suitable mouth and nose covering (surgical mask or FFP2 mask) must be worn for the entire duration of the stay, even at the booked workplaces. The designated hygiene and infection protection rules must be observed. All forms of group work are not permitted. Training courses and introductions to library use in presence form take place on a limited basis in compliance with the AHAL rules.

Further information about the working conditions are available on the website of the ThULB.

All current developments in ThULB's services and opening times are continuously compiled here.

7. Which dining halls and cafeterias are open? Show content

With the exception of the cafeteria vegeTable, all dining halls and cafeterias of the Studierendenwerk Thüringen are open again for students and employees.

According to the new ordinance of the Free State of Thuringia dated 29.10.21, the 3-G rule also applies in the dining halls and cafeterias. Admission is only granted to those who can show their thoska at the entrance and who are either fully vaccinated, have recovered or have tested negative within the last 24 hours. The certificates issued at the university's self-test centre are also valid for this purpose.

In-house eating is just as possible as taking food home. Payment is only possible without cash using the thoska (exception: cafeteria Zur Rosen). At the entrance, registration takes place via QR code for contact tracking. Masks (medical mask, optional FFP2 mask) are compulsory except when eating, and attention must be paid to the safety distance.

The exact opening hours and up-to-date information can be found on the Studierendenwerk website.

Questions about 3-G regulations

1. Who can check the 3-G status? Show content

Students & lecturers

In order to comply with the 3-G regulation, the security service will carry out random checks of students and lecturers on access to the course rooms. Lecturers may also check the 3-G proof at their own discretion before the start of the course. The security service and the lecturers are entitled to ask for proof of identity in addition to the 3-G proof. For participation in excursions, students must provide the excursion leader with 3-G proof in advance.

Staff members

The access requirements are verified and documented in a decentralised manner by the respective superiors or their direct representatives. For employees who have been vaccinated, one documented verification is sufficient. For those who have recovered, verification must be repeated after the period of validity has expired.

2. How can the 3-G status be proven? Show content

Vaccinated

The vaccination must have been carried out completely with a vaccine published on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute and at least 14 days must have passed since the second vaccination. Proof can be provided as an electronic document (e.g. Corona warning app, CovPass app) or in paper form (EU COVID certificate or vaccination card/vaccination book).

Recovered

Recovered persons without vaccination require proof of a positive PCR test (positive test result by laboratory diagnostics) at least 28 days and a maximum of six months ago. The same applies to those who have recovered (COVID-19 disease more than six months ago) with first vaccination (14 days after vaccination). Doctors or public health offices can issue the certificate.

Tested

A rapid antigen test or a PCR test is considered as test evidence. The test must have been carried out no more than 24 hours (rapid test) or 48 hours (PCR test) ago. The respective proofs are to be carried along on one's own responsibility. There is the opportunity for students to test themselves on campus under supervision (see question 6). Staff members can also test themselves in the self-test centre or take a rapid test under the supervision of their superior, provided that the superior agrees to supervise the test.

3. Is 3-G information stored? Show content

Students

Lecturers may wish to collect the 3-G status only once, so that vaccinated and recovered students do not have to be queried for every course. For this purpose, it is necessary that these students consent to the data processing, i.e. the storage of their 3-G status, towards the lecturer. The data protection notice must be observed for the consent. It is sufficient if students declare their agreement to the lecturer in text form (e-mail).

Staff members

The access requirements are verified and documented in a decentralised manner by the respective superiors or their direct representatives. Personal data on vaccination, recovery and test status may be processed and stored for this purpose. The data protection notice on verification of the 3-G regulation and storing proof of vaccination/recovery/test must be observed. This, as well as the model forms provided for recording the information, can be found in HanFRIED. For employees who have been vaccinated, one documented verification is sufficient. For those who have recovered, verification must be repeated after the period of validity has expired.

The documentation must be stored in a decentralised manner by the superiors in accordance with data protection regulations, protected against unauthorised access and disclosure, and deleted no later than six months after it has been collected.

4. What happens if the 3-G proof is not available? Show content

Students & lecturers

Participants without a 3-G certificate may not enter the venue or must leave the venue immediately.

Lecturers without a 3-G certificate are not allowed to hold a face-to-face course or a face-to-face examination, i.e. they must deliver their course in a digital format.

The absence of students from a course due to lack of a 3-G certificate is considered as "not attended". Teachers are not obliged to offer digital alternatives parallel to the face-to-face courses. If students are unable to present the 3-G certificate before examinations, they are deemed to have "failed to appear" and the examination is therefore deemed to have been "failed". The examination attempt is forfeited; in the case of intentional violation of the 3-G regulation, there is no requirement for the recognition of a case of hardship.

Persons who refuse to present a 3-G certificate or behave uncooperatively will be expelled from the room. The teacher has the right of domicile. Teachers and security staff are entitled to document personal details and inform the police if necessary.

The legal basis is the Thuringian SARS-CoV-2 Infection Protection Measures Ordinance in its current version. A violation of the 3-G regulation is considered an administrative offence under the ordinance and can be fined up to 25,000 euros (§ 26 Para. 3 No. 21 ThürSARS-CoV-2-IfS-MaßnVO).

Should lecturers or students attend a course or examination without a valid 3-G certificate and this leads to an outbreak that is prosecuted under regulatory law, the university reserves the right to examine and assert claims for damages.

Staff members

Violations of the 3-G obligation in the workplace, as well as violations of the testing and documentation obligations, may have consequences under public sector employment law or labour law.

5. Does the university provide free tests for its members? Show content

The University of Jena provides all employees who do not work exclusively from home with two free antigen rapid tests (self-tests) per week. These can be ordered for a maximum period of two weeks from the University Shop via the secretariat. Tests can also be obtained in this way for (vaccinated and recovered) students on internship.

The university also provides free rapid tests for students. These are handed out Monday to Friday between 7 am and 3 pm in the self-testing centre on campus (Foyer Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3, near the Branch Library of Law, Economics and Social Sciences) and can be carried out on site under supervision. Since a negative rapid test at the university is only valid for 24 hours, students can test themselves daily if necessary.

6. What testing options are available? Show content

Self-testing centre

Especially for those who have to show a negative test, there is a self-testing centre in the foyer Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3 (near the Branch Library of Law, Economics and Social Sciences), which is open Monday to Friday from 7 am to 3 pm. Those who want to test themselves should have their thoska card ready to identify themselves.

Students have the opportunity to test themselves here every day under supervision. The university provides free rapid tests for this purpose, which are handed out at the self-test centre and can then be taken on site. For staff members, the university provides two free rapid tests per week, which can be carried out either in the self-test centre or under the supervision of the superior. In addition, rapid tests that staff members bring themselves can also be carried out under supervision. The offer does not apply to guests of the university. They can use the free test offer in the citizen test centres.

Further testing possibilities

Those who would like to use their test certificate outside of the university can obtain it at the public test centres approved by the public health department. Since Saturday, 13 November 2021, all citizens again have the opportunity to be tested there free of charge.

The DRK test centre in the Goethe-Galerie close to the Ernst-Abbe-Campus can be used from 8 am to 7.30 pm Monday to Saturday.

All testing opportunities in Jena can be found on the city's website.

7. What is the certificate issued at the self-test centre valid for? Show content

If the result of the rapid test carried out under supervision at the self-test centre is negative, a certificate valid for 24 hours is issued on site allowing

  • attendance of face-to-face lectures and examinations,
  • the use of ThULB facilities,
  • the use of the dining halls and cafeterias of the Studierendenwerk as well as
  • attendance at indoor events organised by the University Sports Department (for those who have been vaccinated and have recovered, 2-G+).

The certificate is not valid for

  • public transport,
  • restaurants, cinemas or events,
  • outdoor activities offered by the University Sports Department – 2-G (vaccinated or recovered) currently applies here.

Contact tracing and response in case of infection or cold symptoms

1. Contact tracing using QRoniton and the Corona warning app Show content

Registration via QRoniton de is mandatory for all students and lecturers in any face-to-face teaching or examinations. In other situations, too, e.g. when visiting the cafeterias or using the WLAN work stations, we ask you to register using the QR code displayed. This ensures that, in the event of an infection, we can forward the details of contacts to the public health authority or inform you ourselves. In the next few days, QRoniton will ask you for your e-mail address. This will make it easier for us to inform you quickly in case of contact.

Please use the features of the Federal Government’s Corona warning app (German only) to enable contact tracing. In the event of the public health authority being overstretched, this ensures that close contacts will be warned.

2. I have had contact during courses with people who have tested positive Show content

If you are fully vaccinated or have recovered, you are not considered to be a close contact and you do not need to self-isolate or go into quarantine if a person who tested positive was in a course with you. However, if you experience symptoms, stay at home. Do not go to a test centre, but first contact your general practitioner's office, the health department responsible for you or the on-call health service (telephone: +49 116 117) to discuss how to proceed.

Please note: If your rapid test is positive, have this result confirmed by a PCR test. The same applies if your rapid test is negative but you show symptoms.

If you are neither fully vaccinated nor recovered, go into self-isolation immediately. Contact your general practitioner’s office, your local health department or the on-call health service (telephone: +49 116 117) to discuss how to proceed.

If you have had contact with positively tested persons outside of courses, you can find information on the further procedure on the website of the city of Jena.

3. I have cold symptoms Show content

If you have cold symptoms (even very mild ones), stay at home in any case. Do not go to a test centre, but first contact your general practitioner's office, the health department responsible for you or the on-call health insurance service (telephone: +49 116 117) to discuss how to proceed.

4. I have tested positive for the coronavirus Show content

Immediately put yourself in self-isolation and inform as soon as possible:

  • the health department of the city of Jena: gesundheitsamt@jena.de
  • the Corona crisis team of the university: corona@uni-jena.de – be sure to include:
    • Telephone number and e-mail address used for registration via QRoniton
    • Test date and, if applicable, onset of symptoms
    • Exact details (date, time, place, lecturer if applicable) of the courses you attended – as well as other situations in which you were in university, ThULB or Studierendenwerk buildings during this period (e.g. visits to the dining hall, university sports events)
  • your lecturers or students, if you attended or conducted face-to-face courses in the last two days before the test was taken or before the onset of the first symptoms
  • close contacts (more information: https://gesundheit.jena.de/de/coronavirus)

FAQ about Corona infections

1. Where can I find information on the current coronavirus situation in Jena? Show content

In case of questions regarding the current situation in Jena, the number of cases, general rulings, as well as advisory and information services provided by the City of Jena, please visit https://gesundheit.jena.de/en/coronavirus.

For up-to-date information on the situation at the University, please see this overview of FAQs and visit our blog.

2. What do I have to consider if I return to Jena from a risk area? Show content

For those returning from a high risk area or a virus variant area abroad there is an obligation to register. Before arriving in Germany, travellers must register at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de and carry proof of registration with them on entry.

Those entering or returning from abroad who are not vaccinated and have stayed abroad within the last ten days prior to entry must carry proof ofa negative Covid-19 test result (PCR test max. 72 h, antigen-Test max. 48 h).

The following rules apply for those entering or returning from a high risk area :

  • for vaccinated persons: travellers must carry proof of their online registration
  • for those who are not vaccinated: travellers must carry proof of their online registration and of a negative Covid-19 test result (PCR test max. 72 h, antigen-Test max. 48 h). Travellers are also obliged to enter a ten-day quarantine immediately after entry. After five days of quarantine at the earliest, travellers can be tested for SARS-CoV-2 to end the quarantine obligation with a negative test result. 

The following rules apply for those entering or returning from virus variant area:

  • for vaccinated persons: travellers must carry proof of their online registration and of a negative Covid-19 test result (PCR test max. 72 h, antigen-Test max. 48 h). Travellers are also obliged to enter a fourteen-day quarantine immediately after entry.
  • for those who are not vaccinated: travellers must carry proof of their online registration and of a negative Covid-19 test result (PCR test max. 72 h, antigen-Test max. 48 h). Travellers are also obliged to enter a fourteen-day quarantine immediately after entry.

You can find an overview of the entry regulations here as a PDF document (German). Please visit the website of the Robert Koch Institute or the Federal Foreign Office and the city of Jena for up-to-date information on further regulations and exceptions.

It is not possible to shorten the quarantine period when entering the country from a virus variant area

If you show symptoms of illness, you must call the hotline +49 3641 49 3333 in addition to calling your general practitioner or the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (Kassenärztliche Vereinigung). The designation of risk areas can be found at: https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Risikogebiete_neu.html (German).

3. What do I have to do if the Corona Warning App reports a risk contact? Show content

The "Increased risk" alert in the Corona Warning App only informs the user that there is an increased risk of infection due to the proximity and duration of a contact with a person who has reported a positive test result via the App, and recommends that the user contact their physician, the medical on-call service 116 117 or the health authority by telephone. The decision on a sick leave or the order of a home isolation (quarantine) is made by the treating physician or the responsible public health department based on their own assessment.

4. How can I contribute to preventing the spread of coronavirus infections in my working environment? Show content

Comply with the hygiene rules [pdf, 4 mb] de (German only) currently in force which are part of the University's infection prevention concept.

Take the following simple actions: maintain a distance from other people, practice good hand hygiene, wear a face covering (surgical mask or FFP2 mask), use the coronavirus warning App and ensure sufficient ventilation of rooms.

Avoid:

  • enclosed spaces with insufficient ventilation
  • gatherings of people
  • conversations with others without keeping distance

Wherever possible and appropriate, activities should be carried out in the home office with the approval of the employee's superiors.

5. Where can I find further information on the coronavirus? Show content
6. How can I help? Show content

The Corona pandemic has led to such an overload of work in some areas, especially in the social sector, that volunteers are needed. If you would like to volunteer, you can find opportunities worthy of support here (this list will be updated continuously).

1.) You can also register as a volunteer with the Corona Engagement Finder, so that institutions seeking help can become aware of you, or you can search there yourself for institutions that have registered a need: https://www.buergerstiftung-jena.de/corona-engagementfinder.html 

Enquiries to:
Heidi Scheller, Head of Volunteer Agency
Telephone: 03641 6392923
E-mail: scheller@buergerstiftung-jena.de 

2.) Medical students or people with previous medical training who would like to get involved can contact Karsten Krohn at the University Hospital Jena Krohn@med.uni-jena.de. He coordinates the assignments of these volunteers with medical training.

Important for student volunteers: In principle, they can take leave from their studies as a "pandemic-related special reason". All you need to do is submit a written agreement (contract, etc.) to the Student Service Centre.

7. The Corona pandemic is stressing me psychologically. Where can I find help? Show content

The current situation is not easy for anyone right now. Worries about health, financial difficulties or loneliness due to fewer social and physical contacts can be very stressful. The pastoral care of the Faculty of Theology therefore offers help and counselling. You can reach them Mo-Fr 4 to 6 p.m. under telephone +49 3641 942666 and furthermore via the contact form de or an email to: seelsorge@uni-jena.de. You will receive feedback and a personal contact in a timely manner.

Further information on help and advice can be found on the blog of the University of Jena.

Additional support and counselling services outside the university are listed here.

8. Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in Jena? Show content

A self-test centre is open in the foyer of Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3 (near the Branch Library of Law, Economics and Social Sciences) where students and lecturers can perform a rapid antigen test themselves under supervision from Monday to Friday between 7 am and 3 pm. The university provides free rapid tests for this purpose, which are handed out at the self-test centre and can then be taken on site. In addition, tests that you bring yourself can also be carried out under supervision. Those who want to be tested should have their thoska card ready to identify themselves. The offer does not apply to guests of the university. They can use the free test offer in the citizen test centres.

In the event of a negative test result, a certificate will be issued on site that is valid for a maximum of 24 hours for face-to-face lectures and examinations as well as the use of the ThULB and the dining halls and cafeterias of the Studierendenwerk.

The university provides its employees with two free rapid antigen tests per week. These can be used under supervision in the self test centre on campus or ordered from the Uni-Shop via the respective secretariat.

The city of Jena publishes all testing opportunities in Jena on its website. Current information and the opening hours of the rapid test centers are also listed there. A central testing center in the city center is available at the Goethe Galerie, among other locations.

The rapid tests are not suitable for symptomatic persons (contact your general practitioner!), companies or institutions with their own testing regime (e.g. senior citizen facilities). Also, a free test to end a quarantine cannot be performed at the rapid test center. Only the health department team can declare a quarantine terminated.

9. Where can I get vaccinated against COVID-19? Show content

Vaccination without an appointment on campus

From Wednesday, 1 December, a community-organised vaccination centre will be available on the campus of the University of Jena (Foyer Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3). Anyone interested can get their first, second or booster vaccination here without making an appointment beforehand. The vaccination centre will be open daily from 9 am to 7 pm. If available, please bring your insurance card and your vaccination certificate.

Booster vaccinations for the vaccines Moderna and BioNTech are generally only carried out in Thuringia at least five months after the second vaccination. In the case of a first immunisation with Johnson&Johnson, booster vaccination with an mRNA vaccine is already possible after four weeks and is also strongly recommended. Booster vaccinations are currently not authorised for minors.

Vaccination appointment in a vaccination centre

Online booking at: www.impfen-thueringen.de 
Telephone booking: 03643 - 49 50 49 0 (Mon, Tue, Thu 8 am to 5 pm, Wed, Fri 8 am to 12 pm)

Vaccination in a general practitioner's office

Appointments are made directly through the practices.

Booking vaccination appointments via online portal

Since mid-July, doctors and vaccination centers in Thuringia have been able to report leftover vaccine on the new Internet portal www.impfrettung.de. Those willing to be vaccinated can register there and book a vaccination appointment on the same day.

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