Information for internationally mobile students, staff and scientists
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Last update 2 July 2020, 12:00.
In some parts of Germany there is a restriction on contact in public places; in Thuringia and Jena these are recommendations since 13.6.2020. See the detailled regulations of the City of Jena. In Jena, it is currently mandatory to wear a mouth and nose mask in doctor's surgeries/clinics, on public transport, in shops, and offices. In restaurants, at public events, and in facilities with public access in closed rooms, the contact details are recorded.
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We ask all members of the University to show solidarity with their fellow students and co-workers and speak up against any discriminating remark or behaviour. Keep each other safe by social distancing.
From 02 July 2020, restrictions on entry from certain countries on the "positive list" agreed by the EU member states will be lifted. Entry from these states will again be possible without restrictions.
The commencement or continuation of studies will be recognised as an important reason for entry. Students and applicants should therefore be able to present a currently valid certificate of study or admission to studies.
Persons arriving from EU countries, Iceland, the Principality of Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are not required to undergo quarantine if the number of newly infected persons in the state in question in relation to the population does not exceed 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 7 days (see map).
Persons entering from other countries/regions with high infection rates
must register at the health office of your place of residence (Jena: 03641-49 2222 or email@example.com) within 7 days,
must stay in quarantine in the apartment for 14 days immediately after entering Jena. (Persons living in the household who have not been in the risk area are not subject to quarantine. Nevertheless, an attempt should be made to limit contact with these persons.)