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  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Proof of vaccination and complete vaccination protectionProof of vaccination and complete vaccination protection

    Based on the definitions of §22a of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG) of March 18, 2022, proof of vaccination is evidence regarding the existence of complete vaccination protection against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
    For this purpose, the underlying protective vaccinations must have been given with one or more vaccines approved by the European Union (or approved abroad and identical in formulation to a vaccine approved in the European Union). These are listed on the pages of the Paul Ehrlich Institute.
    Until September 30, 2022, the following will be accepted as proof of complete vaccination protection:
    - Proof of two vaccinations
    - Proof of one vaccination plus proof of infection from day 29 after positive PCR test.
    - Evidence of infection from day 29 to day 90 after positive PCR test.
    - Proof of infection plus vaccination from day of vaccination; proof of infection by positive PCR test result or by qualified antibody test performed by a laboratory accredited according to DIN EN ISO 15189.

    As of October 1, 2022, proof of complete vaccination protection is:
    - Proof of three individual vaccinations and last individual vaccination took place at least three months after the second vaccination (1st vaccination - 2nd vaccination - 3rd vaccination).
    - Proof of two single vaccinations plus specific antibody test proof, which took place before the single vaccinations (antibody test - 1st vaccination - 2nd vaccination)
    - Evidence of two single vaccinations plus infection; the infection occurred before the second vaccination and is detected with positive PCR test result (1st vaccination - infection - 2nd vaccination)
    - Evidence of two single vaccinations plus infection from day 29 after positive PCR test result (1st vaccination - 2nd vaccination - infection).

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Institutional vaccination requirement according to §20a IfSGInstitutional vaccination requirement according to §20a IfSG

    Since March 15, 2022, employees and students must provide proof of complete vaccination protection if they work within the buildings of the UKGM or in areas of the university outpatient clinics. This is based on §20a of the Infection Protection Act and, in addition to other measures, serves to protect vulnerable people at particular risk from infection with the coronavirus.

    If no proof of complete vaccination protection is presented, these employees and students must be reported to the health authority. If proof is also not presented to the appropriate authority, the Health Department may issue a ban on entry. Philipps-Universität will then consider measures under labor law, such as a leave of absence without continued pay or termination. When hiring, proof of full vaccination coverage must be presented to the Human Resources Department prior to signing a contract.

    Students cannot attend courses on the premises of the UKGM or the areas of the university outpatient clinics without full vaccination protection. This includes the UKGM clinic buildings (in Baldingerstraße, Alfred-Kossel-Straße, Rudolf-Bultmann-Str., Hans-Sachs-Str. and Georg-Voigt-Straße) as well as the university outpatient clinic areas in Karl-von-Frisch-Straße 4, Bunsenstraße 2, Gutenbergstraße 29, Schulstraße 12 and the 3rd floor of Gutenbergstraße 18.

    Please note that as of October 1, 2022, proof of full immunization coverage will change.

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Vaccinations for Students and StaffVaccinations for Students and Staff

    The University of Marburg would like to offer as much face-to-face teaching as possible in the current pandemic situation. You can contribute to this by getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Please refer to the information about the vaccination offer of the University of Marburg.

    There are recurring official vaccination events throughout Marburg-Biedenkopf.

    In this context, we would also like to draw your attention to the vaccination appeal of the state government (pdf) (German).

    Regarding the validity of proof of "vaccinated" or "recovered" status in Germany, you will find up-to-date information on the websites of the

    Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and the
    Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI). (both in German)

    There are new EU regulations for the validity period of EU vaccination certificates since February 1, 2022. These expire after 270 days. The regulation applies to cross-border travel in EU member states.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Information for foreign studentsInformation for foreign students

    Questions regarding application, admission or enrollment
    Please contact application@uni-marburg.de if you have any questions concerning undergraduate courses of study (Bachelor, State Examination, etc.).
    For questions relating to Master's programs, please contact master@uni-marburg.de

    Questions about German courses and the DSH examination
    If you have any questions about preparatory language courses for German and the DSH, please contact the secretariat of the language courses at the Studienkolleg Mittelhessen dsh@uni-marburg.de

    Questions about visa, entry, housing and living in Marburg
    Information, advice and specific assistance on all non-technical topics (visa, entry, living, stay in Marburg, etc.) can be obtained from the International Office at international@uni-marburg.de.

    Exchange and Erasmus students: Questions about studies and courses
    Exchange students who have questions about their studies and courses should contact the coordinator of their department at the Philipps-Universität Marburg. For all other non-technical questions, please contact the International Office at international@uni-marburg.de.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Support for students with disabilitiesSupport for students with disabilities

    The Service Center for Disabled Students (SBS) has compiled additional information (for example, on the use of PC workstations) for students with disabilities. These can be found on the SBS website.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Psychological supportPsychological support

    The corona crisis is an unfamiliar challenge and a psychological burden for many people. Counseling and support services can help cope with everyday life and protect mental health. In addition, they can offer help in acute crisis situations.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Self-tests for employeesSelf-tests for employees

    Philipps-Universität Marburg provides its state employees with up to two Covid 19 antigen self-tests per week. For more information please see the current regulations.

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