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The health and well-being of HU students and faculty are our priority. We fully support the national COVID-19 vaccine rollout and encourage students and faculty to take up the offer of vaccination.
The pandemic task force aims to protect all Humboldt students, faculty, and visitors. They have developed further regulations and recommendations for students planning to attend classes on campus.
The below regulations will be applied starting from the winter semester 2021/22:
Please note that any effective restrictions on traveling to Germany may also limit the entry of international students and interns. We advise you to check for yourself before you travel to Germany whether you are entering from a risk area: Robert Koch Institut
Digital entry registration:
Travelers who have visited a risk area, high incidence area, or virus variant area in the last ten days before entering Germany must register in advance and carry proof of registration with them upon entry.
Test requirement upon entry and quarantine regulations:
Travelers who have been in a high incidence area or a virus variant area in the past ten days before entering Germany must carry proof that they have been tested negative for infection with SARS-CoV-2.
In Germany, the individual federal states are responsible for quarantine regulations. In general, upon entry to Germany, following a stay in a risk area, high incidence area, or virus variant area within the last ten days, one must self-isolate for ten days (quarantine).
Please find more detailed information regarding Covid-19 regulations
What you should do when you feel sick during your program participation:
If you have symptoms or feel sick and do not know how to proceed, we recommend that you stay home and contact the Humboldt International Campus office immediately. We will help you with the next steps.
Useful links and contact details:
Robert Koch Institute with current numbers, useful information and details about Covid-19:
Federal Foreign Office with current regulations and restrictions for entry and stay in Germany:
Berlin‘s government with latest news on Covid-19 in the city:
FAQs on effective regulations relevant for everyday life in Berlin:
Updated information of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Delivery services of grocery stores
Here you can book PCR test or rapid test appointments at Covid-19 testing centers: