3G: Vaccinated - Recovered - Tested

Status of 14 October 2021

 

According to the RKI, persons are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after administration of all necessary Covid-19 vaccine doses licensed in the EU, i.e. on the 15th day. In the case of COVID-19 vaccinations, it is important to distinguish that there are vaccines that require 1-time vaccination or 2-time vaccination.

People who have had a PCR-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection are also considered fully protected immediately after the 1-time COVID-19 vaccination.

Furthermore, persons who have been vaccinated once and have had a PCR-confirmed Covid 19 infection after the first vaccine dose and have received another vaccine dose count as fully vaccinated.

(Source: https://www.rki.de/SharedDocs/FAQ/COVID-Impfen/gesamt.html)

Status of 14 October 2021

 

According to the RKI, persons are considered to have recovered if they have undergone a PCR test confirmed Covid 19 infection. The test must have been performed at least 28 days and not more than six months ago.

Furthermore, persons who have been vaccinated once and have had a Covid 19 infection after the first vaccine dose are considered to have recovered. The infection must be detected by a PCR test at the time of infection. The test must have been performed at least 28 days and not more than six months ago.

(Source: https://www.rki.de/SharedDocs/FAQ/COVID-Impfen/gesamt.html)

Status of 23 November 2021

 

Testing for acute SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection helps to detect infected individuals and break transmission chains. Tests available include PCR tests, rapid antigen tests and antigen self-tests.

PCR test: The PCR test is considered the most reliable method to clarify a suspected infection with SARS-CoV-2. The analysis is done in the laboratory. The result is available after a few hours to days.

Rapid antigen test: These tests are carried out by trained personnel. The evaluation of the rapid tests is done on site within 15 to 30 minutes. However, the result is not as reliable as with the PCR test.

Antigen self-test: Self-tests are intended for use by private individuals. Sample collection and evaluation is correspondingly simple. The test result is available after 15 to 30 minutes. However, the error rate is somewhat higher than with the PCR test.

(Source: https://www.infektionsschutz.de/coronavirus/tests-auf-sars-cov-2.html )


If you need an appointment for a PCR or rapid test for the following reasons, please contact the Task Force Health (see contact persons). Please state your date of birth and a telephone number where you can be easily reached. We will then make an appointment for you at MAS in Pallaswiesenstraße in Darmstadt. The test is free of charge for you.

Reasons for needing a PCR/rapid test:

  •     Professional necessity (e.g. business trip)
  •     Contact with a person who has tested positive
  •     Positive self-test

Self-tests are available in sufficient numbers.

Self-tests can also be obtained from the Health Task Force (see contact persons). If possible, please have one person collect self-tests for the entire organisational unit. Please note the storage conditions regarding the temperature of the self-tests. Most can be stored at a temperature between 4°C and 30°C.


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