Possibility of covid 19 infection?

Status of 14 October 2021

 

As a rule, the health authorities no longer impose quarantine for fully vaccinated or recovered first contacts. Nevertheless, there are different (internal) regulations for suspected cases of Covid 19 infection.

You have signs of illness?

Signs of illness, such as cough, fever, cold etc. can also indicate a Covid 19 infection. If you have signs of illness, please carry out a self-test either at home or directly after arrival at GSI/ FAIR. Self-tests can be obtained from the Task Force Health (see contact persons).

If the test is negative, you can do your work on site/on campus. Please pay increased attention to compliance with hygiene rules.

If it is positive, please go home after consulting your line-manager and contact the Task Force Health (see contact persons).

It is important that you call your Family doctor before you go and tell them that you have typical Covid 19 symptoms. If your Family doctor tests you for Covid-19, please share the results with your line-manager.

Your Corona self-test result is positive?

If your Corona self-test result is positive and you have signs of illness, please go home after consulting with your line-manager and contact Task Force Health (see contact persons).

If your Corona self-test result is positive and you have no signs of illness, please contact the Health Task Force immediately (see contact persons).

You had contact with a person tested positive who does not live in the same household?

Health offices no longer quarantine fully vaccinated or recovered first contacts under the rules. We would like to do the same at GSI and FAIR, i.e. if you are fully vaccinated or recovered, you do not necessarily have to be sent to the home office. The decision on this is up to your line-manager. However, we would like you to self-test when you come to work on each of the following 5 days.

You had contact with a person who tested positive and lives in the same household?

The health authorities no longer issue quarantines for fully vaccinated or recovered first contacts. If you live in a domestic community with a positive case, you will be asked to work in the home office until the positive person's quarantine has ended.

You have been tested positive by means of a rapid test or PCR test?

If you have tested positive by means of a rapid test, then you are obliged to have a PCR test carried out immediately and to segregate yourself until then. If the PCR test is negative, the segregation is terminated without further requirements.

If the PCR test is positive, you must segregate yourself for 14 days from the date of the test. If you still have symptoms after the 14 days, please contact your local health department.

Please give your line-manager the following information:

  •     Date you were tested
  •     when you were last on campus
  •     Contacts on campus, with the following more detailed information:
    •      When was the contact?
    •      What was the duration/frequency of contact?
    •      Did you both wear mouth/nose protection?
    •      Was the minimum distance observed?
    •      Where did the contact take place (indoors/outdoors)?

If the health authorities have not issued a quarantine, please stay at home anyway. Coordinate further measures with your line-manager.

Status of 14 October 2021

 

If you suspect a Covid 19 infection, please follow the (internal) rules below and contact the Task Force Health (see contact persons).

You have signs of illness?

Signs of illness, such as cough, fever, cold etc. can also indicate a Covid 19 infection. If you have signs of illness, please carry out a self-test either at home or directly after arrival at GSI/ FAIR. Self-tests can be obtained from the Task Force Health (see contact persons).

If the test is negative, you can do your work on site/on campus. Please pay increased attention to compliance with hygiene rules.

If it is positive, please go home after consulting your line-manager and contact the Task Force Health (see contact persons).

It is important that you call your Family doctor before you go and tell them that you have typical Covid 19 symptoms. If your Family doctor tests you for Covid-19, please share the results with your line-manager.

Your Corona self-test result is positive?

If your Corona self-test result is positive and you have signs of illness, please go home after consulting with your line-manager and contact Task Force Health (see contact persons).

If your Corona self-test result is positive and you have no signs of illness, please contact the Health Task Force immediately (see contact persons).

You had contact with a person tested positive who does not live in the same household?

If you have had contact with a person who has tested positive and during this contact:

  • the minimum distance of 1.5m was not reached for more than 10min without adequate protection (adequate protection = case and contact person wear mouth-nose-protection or FFP2 mask continuously and correctly) or
  • a conversation with the case (face-to-face contact, <1.5 m, regardless of the duration of the conversation) took place without adequate protection (adequate protection = case and contact person wear mouth-nose protection or FFP2 mask continuously and correctly) or a direct contact (with respiratory  secretion) or
  • there was a simultaneous presence of the contact person and the case in the same room with a likely high concentration of infectious aerosols, regardless of distance, for more than 10 minutes, even if mouth-nose protection or FFP2 mask was worn continuously and correctly,

then please report this to your line-manager. They will discuss further action with you.

If you are a close contact person of the sick person, you will be informed by the health department and receive a segregation order.

You had contact with a person who tested positive and lives in the same household?

If you live with a person who has tested positive for Covid-19, please segregate yourself for 10 days from the test date of the person who tested positive and inform your line-manager.

If you experience symptoms during the seclusion period that indicate an infection with Covid-19, please contact your family doctor. In this case, also contact the public health department.

If there are no symptoms at the end of the specified segregation period, segregation is terminated without further contact with the public health department.

If, at the end of the 14-day segregation period, symptoms of the disease still persist, please contact the public health department.

Notes:

  •     Seclusion may be suspended for a short period of time to meet daily needs.

(Source: https://www.gesundheitsamt-dadi.de/infektion/informationen-zu-corona/ )

You have been tested positive by means of a rapid test or PCR test?

If you have tested positive by means of a rapid test, then you are obliged to have a PCR test carried out immediately and to segregate yourself until then. If the PCR test is negative, the segregation is terminated without further requirements.

If the PCR test is positive, you must segregate yourself for 14 days from the date of the test. If you still have symptoms after the 14 days, please contact your local health department.

Please give your line-manager the following information:

  •     Date you were tested
  •     when you were last on campus
  •     Contacts on campus, with the following more detailed information:
    •      When was the contact?
    •      What was the duration/frequency of contact?
    •      Did you both wear mouth/nose protection?
    •      Was the minimum distance observed?
    •      Where did the contact take place (indoors/outdoors)?

If the health authorities have not issued a quarantine, please stay at home anyway. Coordinate further measures with your line-manager.

Status of 14 October 2021

 

The Task Force Health (TFH) provides support in all questions regarding the clarification of Covid 19 cases.

 


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