Coronavirus testing helps to detect infection with the virus at an early stage, and to break chains of infection.

Mandatory testing ended with effect from 1 March 2023. However, you can of course voluntarily test yourself using self-tests available on the market and ascertain whether you could be infected with coronavirus.
This is especially the case if you feel ill and/or have a cough, sore throat or head cold – in other words, if you have typical symptoms of the common cold. It could in fact be a coronavirus infection which you could transmit to others. Even if you have coronavirus without noticing it, and have no symptoms at all, you can still pass it on and put others – especially elderly and sick people – at risk.

Please note: If you have symptoms of coronavirus infection, first call your doctor and discuss what to do next.

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COVID-19 vaccines are the best way to safeguard against serious illness and the best chance of protecting yourself, your family and those around you from a severe case of the infection!

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Unfortunately, it is possible to contract and transmit the virus despite being vaccinated. This is why you should continue to observe the familiar rules concerning hygiene and behaviour.

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If you are unaware that you have been infected with the virus, you can transmit it to the people around you, your family and your friends. This is why regular testing is so important.

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