Corona information in Ukrainian

Refugees from Ukraine can get vaccinated against Corona free of charge. On the website, information about vaccination is available in Ukrainian. This was announced by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration in a press release on March 11, 2022. Further news on Ukraine: tun22031401 Am Festplatz in Tübingen gibt es eine Corona-Test-Station. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian. Latest information on Corona: Click here

Only two vaccination appointments left in Rottenburg and Mössingen / Tübingen reduces opening days

Two vaccination centres in Rottenburg and Mössingen will be closed in April. In the Alte Post in Rottenburg (Poststraße 15), vaccinations will only take place on Friday, 11 March, and on Friday, 25 March, both from 2 to 6.30 pm. The last vaccination dates in the Tonnenhalle in Mössingen (Löwensteinplatz 1) will be on Thursday, 17 March, and on Thursday, 31 March, both from 2 to 6.30 pm. On the other hand, vaccinations will also be given at the Mössingen Vaccination Centre near the town hall (with and without an appointment). Detailed information can be found at In Tübingen… Read More

Country relaxes rules for quarantine

Even convalescents with at least one vaccination against the Corona virus no longer have to be quarantined as contacts. This regulation applies from Wednesday, 26 January. The Ministry of Health of Baden-Württemberg has adapted the regulations on quarantine in the Corona Ordinance to the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. The following household members and contact persons no longer have to be quarantined: All those who have been vaccinated twice against the Corona virus and whose second vaccination was not less than 15 days and not more than 90 days ago, Those who have recovered and whose PCR evidence of… Read More

Booster vaccination after three months

The Standing Commission on Vaccination (Stiko) has changed its recommendation on booster vaccination. The booster vaccination for people aged 18 and over can be given from the completed third month after the complete basic immunisation. Older people or those with pre-existing conditions should be given priority for booster vaccinations. They have a greater risk of becoming severely ill with Corona. Those who have been proven to have been infected with Corona should wait at least three months after infection to receive a single vaccination dose. This was announced by the Stiko. The reason for this recommendation is, among other things,… Read More

Special vaccination campaign for children

The University Hospital of Tübingen and the district of Tübingen are offering a vaccination against Corona for children. During the special campaign, only five to eleven-year-olds will be vaccinated on the weekend of December 17th to 19th. The Standing Commission on Vaccination (Stiko) recommends vaccination mainly for children with diseases such as diabetes and obesity, and also if they have relatives who could be at risk of a severe case of Corona. At the special request of parents, 5 to 11-year-olds without pre-existing conditions can also be vaccinated. The first children’s vaccination campaign in the district is at the health… Read More

Proof of vaccination only with QR code

The yellow vaccination booklet as proof of Corona vaccination is no longer valid in Baden-Württemberg. As of Wednesday, Dec. 1, only the QR code will be accepted in 2G areas to which only recovered or vaccinated people have access – either as a printout on paper or in an app on a smartphone. The state wrote in a press release. The QR code can be found on the digital vaccination certificate. Vaccinated people get this certificate directly at the time of vaccination. Or they can also get the code with the yellow vaccination certificate in a pharmacy. The new immunization… Read More

Online booking of vaccination appointments in the county

In the district of Tübingen, new fixed vaccination locations are being set up: in Tübingen-Hirschau, in Mössingen and in Rottenburg. They add to the already existing offer at the Alte Universitäts-Apotheke in Tübingen. The district wrote this in a press release. Starting Monday, November 29, about 100 vaccination appointments can be booked three times a week (Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays) at the Alte Post in Rottenburg (Poststraße 15). Starting Wednesday, December 1, about 600 vaccination appointments will be offered daily at the Stefan Hartmann Hall in Hirschau (Im Gehrnfeld 15) and about 100 at a time on Tuesdays and Thursdays… Read More

Vaccination campaigns in the districts of Tübingen and Böblingen

From Thursday to Saturday, the mobile vaccination team from the university hospital Tübingen will be in Hirrlingen, Bodelshausen and Böblingen. This was announced in a press release by the hospital. People who want to get vaccinated against the coronavirus for free, can go there by showing their ID without having to make an appointment. Booster vaccinations are also possible. The vaccines Biontech/Pfizer and Janssen (“Johnson&Johnson”) are available. Only one vaccination is needed for the Janssen vaccine. These are the exact dates for the vaccination bus: Thursday, October 7, at the Schlossweiherplatz Hirrlingen, Am Schloss, from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm… Read More

Vaccination center Tübingen closed from October 1st

In the entire state of Baden-Württemberg, vaccination centers will be closed as of October 1, the Tübingen District Office announced in a press release. This also applies to the vaccination center Tübingen in the Old Archaeology, Wilhelmstraße 9. All vaccination appointments after October 1 are canceled without replacement, even if you have received a confirmation by e-mail. Therefore, anyone who has a vaccination appointment for the time after October 1 at a vaccination center has to have a new appointment arranged in a doctor’s office. Those who do not have a family doctor can search for medical practices in the… Read More

Vaccination recommendation also for pregnant women and nursing mothers

Pregnant women and nursing mothers should also be vaccinated against the corona virus. This has been announced by the Standing Committee on Vaccination at the Robert Koch Institute in a current recommendation. Likewise, all women who want to have children should also be vaccinated against Covid-19. For all these groups, two vaccinations with the approved mRNA vaccines from BioNTech / Pfizer or Moderna are recommended. Pregnant women who have not yet been vaccinated or not fully vaccinated should be vaccinated in the second trimester of pregnancy. Dr. Marianne Röbl-Mathieu, resident specialist in gynecology and obstetrics and STIKO member, emphasized in… Read More

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