Binding rules for visiting the campus and branch offices
- Everywhere on the premises of the University of Bayreuth (including its branch offices) it is compulsory to wear a simple face mask both inside and outside the buildings at all times, unless you are in an office alone. This applies to all persons in and outside of classes (including external guests passing through the campus). Excluded from this obligation are only persons who cannot wear a face mask for medical reasons. This is to be proven by a medical certificate, which must always be carried with you.
- Wherever possible, maintain the recommended minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other people.
- Wash your hands regularly. Soap, disposable towels, and disinfectants (as an accompanying measure) will be provided in sufficient quantities.
- Cough and sneeze only into the crook of your arm.
- Avoid physical contact and the shared use of objects.
- If possible, refrain from using lifts. If you are dependent on lifts for health reasons, use them one person at a time.
- Make sure that all rooms you use that do not have a technical ventilation system are aired. To do this, please open the windows for at least 5 minutes every 45 minutes and preferably provide cross-ventilation (draught) with as much air exchange as possible.
- Make sure that you can fulfil your obligation to actively participate in the collection of contact data. Contact data collection is a necessary prerequisite for participation in teaching, examination, and other face-to-face events, the use of study rooms, the reservation of sports equipment, and the dining areas in the catering facilities of Studentenwerk Oberfranken. Further information on contact data recording can be found in the "Coronavirus Handbook” under 3.2.1.
- Do not come on campus if you have knowingly had close contact with a person suffering from COVID-19 (in the last 14 days) who has been classified as a category I close contact by the health authorities.
The exception to this is if you are a member of the University of Bayreuth and you have been allocated an appointment for testing on campus by the staff of the district Coronavirus Hotline following a previous visit to the doctor.
A test without serious grounds or a test without an appointment will not be possible.
- Do not come on campus if you yourself have symptoms that could indicate COVID-19, such as respiratory symptoms (e.g. breathing difficulties, shortness of breath, coughing), unspecific general symptoms (e.g. fever, headache, sore throat, diarrhoea), reduced sense of smell or taste, unless
- you can present a negative test for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus not older than 48 hours on request. A so-called antibody test will not suffice.
- you are a member of the University of Bayreuth and you have been allocated an appointment for testing on campus by the staff of the Coronavirus Hotline following a previous visit to the doctor.A test without serious grounds or a test without an appointment will not be possible.
- Do not come to the campus if you are required by the currently valid entry quarantine regulations (EQV) to be in domestic quarantine for 14 days unless you can produce a negative test for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus not older than 48 hours on request. A so-called antibody test will not suffice.
- Employees who can prove that they have fallen ill with coronavirus must immediately report to their supervisors and to the HR department by e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone on: 09 21/ 55-5222.
- Students who can prove that they have fallen ill with coronavirus should contact us immediately by e-mail at StudiCare@uni-bayreuth.de or by telephone on 09 21/ 55-5238.
- If you need to come on campus for an scheduled appointment to receive a test, do not use public transport if at all possible, but individual forms of transport, and make your way directly to the test station (near University Sport) and back home.
- If any misconduct on your part is pointed out to you by other members of the University family, or by employees of the security service of the University of Bayreuth, please immediately adapt your behaviour to the rules of conduct described in summary here.
- If you are pregnant, or for any other reason belong to a group at increased risk of developing serious illness from a possible infection, we ask you to take additional measures for your own protection, at your own responsibility, and in consultation with your doctor.
Students who are unsure whether they will be able to participate in classroom instruction under the conditions described above should contact their programme coordinator.
Employees should contact their supervisors.