Standard procedures for dealing with Covid-19 infections incl. reporting form


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Monday - Thursday 08 to 16 o'clock
Friday 08 to 13 o'clock



Protecting everyone's health is the primary goal, so it is important to ensure a consistent approach within UR.

For the protection of all UR members, it is imperative that individuals with a positive PCR test result submit a report to Crisis Management. This notification can be made both online and via email to krisenmanagementuni-rostockde.

By general order, the regulations on contact tracing have been adapted by the Rostock Health Department. Please inform yourself completely about the regulations on the websites of the Hanseatic and University City. A summary of the current regulations as of 15.11.2021 can be found here.

Stand: 16.11.2021

Please note: This translation was made with DeepL. No guarantee can be given for the content.

Obligation to provide information to the health department and crisis management

The health office takes care of contact tracing and decides which measures, such as quarantine and testing, need to be implemented. The health office informs the affected persons directly and coordinates with the university's crisis management.
For the purpose of contact tracing, the health department shall request personal data from the crisis management or possibly also directly from the affected areas. Such queries from the health department or crisis management must be answered immediately.

The data is protected in a special way and is only available to a very small group of people who handle contact tracking to protect students and employees. When responding, ensure that the recipient is the Health Department or Crisis Management.

If you are unsure whether you are allowed to release the data, coordinate with the crisis management team (krisenmanagementuni-rostockde).