Please note:

3G Rule:   OL    WHV

At the university locations in Oldenburg and Wilhelmshaven, the 3G rule currently applies to all persons in all buildings and rooms, thus including all events (especially lectures and courses) regardless of the number of participants.

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Testing and vaccination services on campus

Information on the vaccination centre

First, second and booster vaccinations: From 17 January, there will be a vaccination point on the Haarentor campus. The operator is the city of Oldenburg. With this offer, it is addressing both members and affiliates of the university as well as all other citizens. The new vaccination point will be set up in the library hall of the University (Uhlhornsweg 49-55) and will be accessible from the outside. Initially, every Monday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., all Corona vaccinations recommended by the Standing Commission on Vaccination (STIKO) will be carried out there without prior appointment for the age group 12 and older.

Further information from the operator:

A personal identification document and the vaccination certificate (if available) must be brought to the vaccination. Adolescents under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Young people aged 16 and over must bring a consent form from a parent or guardian. In order to speed up the procedures, it is requested that you already bring a completed information sheet (PDF) as well as a completed medical history form (PDF).

First and second vaccinations are administered, as well as booster vaccinations for persons 18 years and older. The city bases its vaccinations on the current recommendations of the Standing Commission on Vaccination. According to these, booster vaccinations should generally be given at least three months after the last vaccine dose of the basic immunisation. Those who have been vaccinated once with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine can receive a second vaccination as early as four weeks after the initial vaccination for optimisation (booster). Deviations from these time periods are only possible after an individual medical decision. This cannot be made at the vaccination point.

Further general information:

Information about the test centre

The test centre at the Haarentor campus in the car park ofbuilding V02 (Ammerländer Heerstraße 136) has been in operation since 13 January. Here, members and affiliates of the University and all other citizens can be tested free of charge. The medical operator is m-c-quadrat GmbH.

Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays between 8.00 and 14.00 (last test at 13:50).

Appointment bookings: in advance either online or by telephone and spontaneously on site (with waiting times):

The result is transmitted digitally by specialist staff approx. 20 minutes after the sample has been taken and is then available in German and English. A free printout of the test result on site is also possible.

Further important information from the operator: Please remember to bring an official photo ID (identity card, passport, etc.). Children between 3 and 15 years of age will only be tested in the company of their parents. For children over 16 years of age, a written declaration of consent from the parents is also sufficient. Children under 3 years of age are not tested. If you are taking anticoagulant medication (e.g. Marcumar), a nasal swab cannot be taken because of a possible risk of bleeding. Alternatively, a throat swab is offered.