Sars-Covid-2 Vaccinations

6 months after basic immunisation it is possible to apply a booster vaccination. Therefore we use the Biontech/Pfizer vaccine as well as the Moderna vaccine. Patientens younger than 30 years will recieve Biontech/Pfizer, as recommended by STIKO. Please phone us for your appointment! If you need to cancle your appointment please call or mail as soon as possible, so the vaccine can be given to someone else, thank you!

What to do if you have a suspected infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, have a positive test result, or are a close contact person? (valid from january 24th 2022)

  1. IF AN INFECTION IS SUSPECTED

Your self-test (without supervision) was positive or you have COVID-19 symptoms and have had a PCR test?

 You must remain at home (i.e., isolate yourself). You may only leave your home or accommodation to go to the doctor or take a PCR test.

 After a positive self-test, you must be tested – by a doctor if you have symptoms, otherwise by a testing centre.

 If you live together with other people, avoid them as much as possible.

 Please inform your employer about the suspected infection.

If the PCR test is negative, the isolation ceases immediately. Save the negative test result. If the PCR test is positive, you must remain in isolation (see: 2. Positive test result).

  1. IN THE EVENT OF A POSITIVE TEST RESULT

 You must stay at home (i.e., isolate yourself) for 5 days.

 You are allowed out only if you have to go to the doctor or have a test.

 If you live with other people and have also had close contact with them in the last two days, you must tell them imme-diately that you are positive and your family members or flatmates (household members) must also stay at home (see: 3. Contact persons).

 Inform anyone else you had contact with two days before the test or before you experienced symptoms. Everyone should meet as few people as possible and have themselves tested three or four days after contact with you. This can be done free of charge at a testing centre.

 Avoid being close to people in your home, so that you do not infect them.

 Inform your employer or, if applicable, the school or day care centre.

 Activate the Corona Warn App and share your test result.

 If you have no symptoms for 48 hours, your isolation is over.

 If you work as a caregiver, in medical care or in integration care, you need a negative test before you go back to work.

  1. IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH A PERSON WHO HAS TESTED POSITIVE (contact person)

 If you live with someone who has tested positive and you youself don't have any symptoms there is no need to take any tests.