Information for external persons

Please refer to this page for the generally applicable behaviour regarding Corona.

GSI's and FAIR's specific policy regarding the Corona pandemic can be found here.

Flyer for persons outside the company "Basic protective measures for GSI and FAIR".


Status of 22 June 2021

All persons who are to work for or with GSI or FAIR may enter the campus. These are contractors, experimenters, bachelor students, PhD students, etc.

Furthermore, it is forbidden for external persons to enter the campus for private reasons, e.g. to visit the campus or to attend lectures. This also includes bringing children and relatives.

Mouth-to-nose coverings must always be worn inside GSI/FAIR buildings. Exceptions are the own workplace as well as meeting rooms and at the table in the dining hall of the canteen, as long as the distance of 1.5 metres is maintained.
Masks with exhalation valves are not permitted.

If you or persons from outside the company are travelling to GSI and FAIR, please observe the regulations for "Travelling in or back" from the section "Corona regulations at GSI and FAIR" of this website before starting work at GSI and FAIR.

Status of 22 June 2021

Within Germany, commuters and business trips are currently exempt from restrictions. This means that people from other federal states who do not belong to the company are still allowed to enter the GSI campus.

Status of 22 June 2021

The current quarantine regulations apply to non-farm personnel from foreign risk areas.

Please also refer to the checklist for guests of the Welcome Office ( ).

Status of 22 June 2021

Uniform requirements for room reservations and stays in our guesthouses:

  1. Only guests whose presence is essential for GSI are permitted to arrive. z. B. Project work, execution of urgent work, etc.
  2. A stay in the guesthouses is only possible after the legally prescribed quarantine has ended. The quarantine regulations can be found on the RKI page and in the Coronavirus Entry Ordinance.
  3. The hygiene and distance regulations established and suspended in accordance with the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute must be compulsorily respected and are monitored. In addition, guests who move in the common areas (kitchen, bathroom, corridors, etc. ) should wear a mouth-nose cover (recommendation according to. the requirement of consideration for employees and other guests!).

In addition, guests must wear a mouth-and-nose cover when moving around in the common areas (kitchen, bathroom, corridors etc).

Further information on the stay of guests can be found at or under the point Information for external persons.

In order to comply with hygiene and distance regulations, the guest houses cannot be fully occupied. A maximum of 12 rooms can be occupied in the stone house and 28 rooms in the guest house.

Furthermore, no meetings and department parties may take place in the foyer of the guesthouse.

Status of 22 June 2021

Internships are possible again in principle..

You can find the specific Corona regulations of FAIR and GSI here.