Dear Members of the University Community,
This page provides the Rectorate’s answers to your questions regarding measures that have been introduced at the University of Greifswald during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit this page regularly to keep up to date. The Rectorate will continue to inform you of important changes and supplementary information via circulars.
Thank you for your willingness to cooperate and your understanding.
Please also keep up to date with the State Government’s measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 [de] in MV.
Update 20/06/2022, 8.00 a.m.
20/06/2022: Information from the Coronavirus Crisis Team
06/05/2022: Cancellation of obligation to wear a mask and minimum distance regulations
Information from the Coronavirus Crisis Team
20 June 2022
Even though the coronavirus pandemic is currently receiving less public attention than previously, the Coronavirus Crisis Team would like to ask you to continue to take care and observe the general hygiene measures (cough and sneeze etiquette, regular washing of hands, limiting of contact to other persons if you show signs of illness, as well as self-distancing and the voluntary wearing of surgical or professional (FFP2) face masks inside buildings).
In spite of the summer weather, incidences are once again on the rise, which is mainly down to the new, highly virulent Omicron variant BA.5.
In addition to measures that can be taken by every individual, the coronavirus vaccination continues to provide the best protection against severe courses of illness. The local district still provides you with the opportunity to have yourself vaccinated against the coronavirus or to boost previous vaccinations. Information and vaccination opportunities can be found here [de].
In order to make it possible for the Coronavirus Crisis Team to keep an eye on the number of active infections, we ask you to voluntarily inform the Crisis Team if you have received a positive result from a test for the coronavirus. You can do that here.
The Coronavirus Crisis Team still convenes on a regular basis. The next session will take place on 21 July 2022. If you have any further questions, please contact the Coronavirus Crisis Team.
Wishing you a summer of good health and sending you our best regards,
Tested positive? Inform the Coronavirus Crisis Team
In order to make it possible for the Coronavirus Crisis Team to keep an eye on the number of active infections, we ask you to inform the Crisis Team if you have received a positive result from a PCR test. You can do this anonymously by completing the form below.
Furthermore, please inform any persons with whom you have had direct contact in the 48h prior to the onset of symptoms or to the time you took the PCR test and comply with the general rulings of the relevant district (Landkreis Vorpommern-Greifswald [de] | Landkreis Vorpommern-Rügen [de]).
If you have any further questions, please contact the Coronavirus Crisis Team.