Corona Check list for GSI / FAIR guests

At any time, if you do not feel well, cancel your trip.
This checklist is to support you and is not legally binding.
Last update on November 22nd, 2021

    Note*: You count as "fully vaccinated" if all 2 points mentioned below apply?

    1. last vaccination more than 14 days before arrival
    2. with a vaccination that is recognized by the EU (Comirnaty is from BioNTech/Pfizer)
    • or are recovered and have received one vaccine dose with a vaccination that is regonized by the EU

    Note**:  Proof of a previous infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus issued in written or digital form in German, English, French, Italian or Spanish, if the test is based on laboratory diagnostics comprising a nucleic acid test (PCR, PoC-PCR or other nucleic acid amplification test methods) and it was performed no less than 28 days and no more than six months previously.

    1. a. entering Germany

    A general obligation to furnish proof applies. This means that persons aged 12 or over must, as a rule, possess a negative test result or proof of vaccination* or recovery** when entering the country. The general obligation to furnish proof applies irrespective of the mode of transport or whether the person previously spent time in a high-risk area or area of variants of concern.

    https://www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/coronavirus-infos-reisende/faq-tests-einreisende-englisch.html

    1. b. entering GSI / FAIR campus

    A general obligation to posess a negative test result applies for all guests and visitors on their first day on campus irrespective if they are coming from abroad or not and irrespective if they are vaccinated* or recovered** or not.

    Those who do count as tested (not recovered or vaccinated) will have to present a negative test result on every single day of their stay.

    Note: From day 2 onwards the tests can be done on campus (supervised self tests).

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    Test possibilities in Darmstadt and at GSI

    • We have listed several possibilities to get tested in and around Darmstadt at Nr. 5 of this checklist
    • Test possibility at GSI in building "KBW" from Monday, November 29th, 2021 onwards.
      From Mon-Fri between 06:00-14:00 hrs
      Entrance from the parking slot, outside campus near the bus stop
      Meant for persons who are neither vaccinated nor recovered and unable to present a valid negative (PCR or speed) test as well as for guests, who were unable to bring the mandatory negative test on their first day on campus.
      The rapid antigen test in the KBW auditorium will be done under the supervision of a third person and is confirmed by a document.
      All persons need to present an identity card or a comparable document.
      After a negative test, employees can enter the campus through the separation system in the KBW foyer, or they can proceed to their work stations in the respective branch offices.
      Note:   
      Official citizen tests as well as the test certificate from Planckstraße 1, Darmstadt are valid for 24 hours. Official PCR tests 48 hours.
      The document issued by GSI is only valid within the scope of the GSI and Fair workplace, not in the public domain.
      Hygiene rules: 
      It is mandatory to disinfect hands upon entry and wear the mouth-nose protection correctly (covering mouth and nose).
      Please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters in the test center (KBW foyer and auditorium).

    2. Are you coming from a risk area or area of variant of concern ?

    • if NO, you can come (in most cases you will need a valid contract or  guest agreement with GSI / FAIR).
      Persons entering by plane must – irrespective of whether or not they spent time in a risk area– present a negative test result or proof of vaccination or proof of recovery to their carrier prior to departure.
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    3. Registration required:

    Persons who have spent time in one of the high risks areas or areas of variant of concern within the 10 days prior to entering the Federal Republic of Germany, must follow specific regulations.
    Registration required: Travellers who spent time in a high risk area are obliged to fill out the digital registration on entry at https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de  and carry the confirmation with them when entering the country. The confirmation will be checked by the carrier and may also be checked by the Federal Police within the framework of its responsibilities as a border control agency.
    Obligation to furnish proof:Travellers who spent time in a high-risk area must carry with them a test result or proof of vaccination or recovery and, if demanded by the carrier, present such proof for the purpose of carriage. In case of a stay in an area of variants of concern, only a test result is admitted.
    The proof must be uploaded via the travel portal at https://einreiseanmeldung.de . With respect to entry into Germany from areas of variants of concern, a ban on carriage – subject to a very limited set of exceptions – applies to the transport of persons via rail, bus, ship or plane directly from those countries.
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    Note: If you are not able to do the electronic entry registration:

    Please fill the substitute registration form and hand it to the local health authorities. Here the link to find out which local health authority has to be contacted.

    4. Quarantine rules for travellers from a:

    • Risk area:
      Obligation to quarantine:Travellers who have spent time in a risk area, must make theirway directly to their home upon arrival and remain isolated there for a period of ten days (home quarantine)..
      Ending quarantine: Quarantine at home may be ended prematurely or does not have to be started if proof of recovery, proof of vaccination or a negative test result is submitted via the Federal Republic of Germany entry portal https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de . Quarantine can be ended in each case from the time the negative test result has been submitted. If you have spent time in a high risk area prior to entry, the relevant test may not be conducted earlier than five days after entry("free testing" possible from day five after entry).
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      • Vaccinated* and recovered** persons can end the quarantine from the time when the proof of vaccination or recovery is transmitted via the entry portal. If the transmission takes place before entry (strongly recommended), the quarantine does not have to be started.
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    Examples to go in isolation:

     

    Flyer RKI on isolation in various languages
    Please inform yourself how delivery of food and drinks can be organized. The only reason you are allowed to leave your room for, is to go for the test. Some hotels offer catering.

    5. Get tested:

    • Antigen (speed) test
      • if test is positive, get PCR test
      • if test is negative, continue with 8
    • PCR test
      • if test is negative, continue with 8
      • if test is positive:

    Where you can get tested around Darmstadt:

    • In special cases the medical service via GSI can be used, please ask your local contact person to contact the  Welcome Office and our Task-Force-Health. Details needed:
      • Full name of guest
      • Birthdate of guest
      • arrival date of guest

    6. Send test result to

    7. You can come to GSI / FAIR

    (please check if you have/need a valid guest agreement at least 2 weeks before arrival).

    Stay in the GSI / FAIR Guest house or Steinhaus - after isolation

    bookings

    Steinhaus:

    Only vaccinated* or recovered** people can be hosted.

    All guests will need to present a negative test result on arrival irrespective if they are coming from abroad or not and irrespective if they are recovered or vaccinated or not

    Guest house:

    Vaccinated*, recovered** and tested people can be hosted

    All  guests will need to present a negative test result on arrival irrespective if they are coming from abroad or not and irrespective if they are recovered or vaccinated or not. Those who do count as tested (not recovered or vaccinated) will have to present a negative test result on every single day of their stay.

    Note: From day 2 onwards the tests can be done on campus (supervised self tests).


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