Information about the 3-level, colour-coded system
Please make sure you follow the general health and hygiene rules (AHA-L) – distancing, hygiene, facemasks and ventilation of rooms). The corresponding current regulations, conditions and guidelines of the University and the responsibilities of faculties and institutions or the Krisenstab (crisis management team) as defined within these regulations apply.
- Face masks: Despite the current level 0 (green), face masks (OP mask or FFP2) must be worn at teaching events and committee meetings until 12 June, as long as an individual is not speaking or lecturing. Apart from this, masks are optional in buildings and at other events. From 13 June 2022, there is just a recommendation to wear a mask at teaching events and committee meetings. Until the end of the semester, we still recommend wearing a mask as well as getting tested regularly at Campus Covid Screen (CCS).
- Research: allowed in person.
- Laboratory operation (research): allowed in person.
- Business trips: Business trips within Germany possible; business trips abroad possible, as long as no virus variant area; decision by dean.
- Central administration: in consultation with managers, working from home can be a further measure to help control infection.
- Working from home: in consultation with managers, working from home can be a further measure to help control infection.
- Teaching: possible in person to a limited extent
- Excursions: possible in person to a limited extent
- Laboratory practicals (and similar): possible in person to a limited extent.
- Other practical courses: possible in person to a limited extent.
- Examinations: possible in person to a limited extent.
- Library: open.
- University Sports: sports permitted in person and online, please follow Lower Saxony’s coronavirus regulations
- Events/conferences/workshops: permitted in accordance with regional regulations and the appropriate health and hygiene plans.
- ThOP and musicians: in accordance with Lower Saxony’s regulations; please take local infection rates into account