The measures currently in place in Germany to restrict the Corona pandemic have been substantially reduced in recent weeks. In principle, however, it is still the case that the regulations relevant to the execution of testing procedures in test centres (e.g. of federal states, of our service providers) change dynamically. We are doing still our best to implement all adjustments as quickly as possible, to create standardised conditions and to inform all those affected in good time. For this reason, we ask you to check our website again shortly before your test date for the currently valid conditions and requirements. Please also note the applicable travel regulations and possible restrictions on overnight stays at the test location. We have limited or no influence on the applicable regulations and therefore cannot grant any exceptions.
Overview of the regulations:
- Distance: Please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres from other participants and other persons. This applies in particular to registration and during breaks when you are eating or drinking.
- Wearing a face mask is compulsory:
- For the most part, wearing a mouth-nose protection is only necessary when moving within the test centre. Deviations are possible in individual test centres. Only medical and FFP2 masks are permitted.
- So called “3G regulation” in some test centres: For access to individual test centres and thus for participation in the test, all participants must either be vaccinated, recovered or tested. These regulations are based, for example, on the current hot-spot regulations in Germany or the test centre’s use of the “Hausrecht”. As already mentioned above, we have no influence on this. Please note in all cases the validity of the proofs, i.e. according to the current status, for vaccinated 14 days after complete vaccination with a vaccine recognised in Germany, for recovered a duration of this status for 3 months and for tested a negative result of a rapid test not older than 24 hours or a PCR test not older than 48 hours. Please bring and show the relevant evidence on the day of testing.