The number of people infected with corona is rising from one record high to the next. One reason: Some people don’t know that they’re infected. Ever since the tests cost money, many refrain from taking one. Because of this, Tübingen is offering free corona tests for everyone again. Starting Monday, November 15th, two test stations are opened for this again: at the city hall from 10am to 6pm and at the Haagtor from 10am to 7pm. Upon request, they also issue a digital Tübingen day ticket, as the city announces on its website. On Wednesday, November 17th, two more test stations will be opened. They can be found at the city library and at the Uhlandbad. Both are open from 9am to 7pm.
Additionally, some pharmacies within the city also offer free citizen tests. The doctor and pandemic appointee Lisa Federle recommends to especially use the free citizen tests before private parties. “Among the unvaccinated, one in 100 is currently infected, almost ten times as much as in spring. Because of intensive testing, we will find more unsuspecting virus carriers than ever before,” says Federle.
Tübinger Teststation. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.
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