Stricter compulsory corona rapid test for stores in Tübingen’s historic city

Starting Monday, March 15th, people who want to visit retail stores or cultural offers in Tübingen’s historic city, the Zinserdreieck or the train station area, need a negative corona rapid test. Now, this also applies to citizens of the city of Tübingen. For this, the city of Tübingen is expanding its test stations. People who got a negative test will receive a virtual “Tübinger Tagesticket (day ticket)”, which they have to show before entering a store, for example. The ticket is not necessary for stores which were already open during winter, such as bookstores, flower shops, news agencies, drugstores and supermarkets. Starting Monday, there will be test stations by the Kulturhalle, the Haagtor and the Poststraße (ZOB), additionally to the already existing test stations on the Marktplatz (market place) and in the Karlstraße. Starting Tuesday, you can also get tested at the Kultur- and Verkehrsverein (culture and traffic society) on the Neckar bridge. All tests are free and are only taken from the front area of the nose. The test stations are open Monday trough Friday between 9.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. This was announced in a press release by the city of Tübingen on March 12th.


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