The most important regulations for students are summarised below; all detailed information can be found in the infection protection concept.
1. Classroom Teaching
In principle, the courses are again held in presence. If urgently necessary and with corresponding advantages, online teaching can also be used in justified cases. Please refer to your timetable for details.
2. Masks (FFP2)
FFP2 masks are still recommended, especially if the minimum distance is not maintained and in traffic routes. Masks can be taken off at the fixed place as long as a minimum distance of 1.5 m to other persons is safely maintained.
Access to the libraries is permitted in compliance with the general protection measures.
5. Canteen Operation
The cafeteria is open. It is operated by the Studentenwerk and is subject to the specific regulations of the catering sector, which are implemented by the Studentenwerk as part of its own infection control concept.
On the part of the university management, we are of course continuing to carefully monitor the infection situation in order to adapt our measures in good time, which should enable the best possible balance between infection protection and university teaching. All regulations taken can be found in full in the university's current infection protection concept.
Of course, beyond the measures taken, we can all make a significant contribution with our behavior. For example, by being vigilant and using the self-tests provided by the university, regardless of our own vaccination status, in order to detect possible infections at an early stage and thus protect our environment.
In addition, the university management naturally recommends vaccination as the best current way to protect against infection with COVID-19.
In principle, persons may not,
- who show symptoms typical of a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection (typical symptoms of a SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection are shortness of breath, new-onset cough, fever and loss of smell or taste),
- who are subject to a quarantine measure or
- Who have been confirmed to have a current infection with coronavirus SARS-CoV-2,
do not participate in on-site university activities and do not enter the university (buildings and other enclosed spaces).