Vaccination team coming to campus
Dates for first vaccination on 4 and 11 November
TU Darmstadt offers the opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID-19 on Campus Stadtmitte in cooperation with the vaccination team of the Gesundheitsamt (public health department): On 04 November 2021 from 12 noon to 5 pm, vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 is possible in Building S 3|20 Rundeturmstraße 10 (ground floor). The scheduled second vaccination will then take place on 02 December from 12 noon to 5 pm.
This vaccination opportunity is offered to everyone without exceptions who would like to be vaccinated. A prior appointment is not required. Vaccines produced by the companies Bio-N-Tech or Moderna will be administered.
On 11 November 2021 from 12 noon to 5 pm, vaccinations are possible on Campus Lichtwiese. The scheduled second vaccination will then take place on 09 December from 12 noon to 5 pm. The Executive Board of TU Darmstadt encourages everyone to make use of these additional vaccination opportunities on Campus.
Of interest for students who have not yet been vaccinated
This offer should be of particular interest to students who are not vaccinated yet: Until 13 November 2021, TU Darmstadt will cover the costs for antigen tests (no longer free of charge to the public) in the testing centres and Stadtmitte for its students. During the winter semester 2021/22, negative proof based on the 3G rule (vaccinated, tested, recovered) is required for participating in any on-site courses in person at TU Darmstadt. Lichtwiese
For this vaccination campaign to take place, TU Darmstadt cooperates with the Gesundheitsamt (public health department) of the city of Darmstadt and of the administrative district of Darmstadt Dieburg. The Gesundheitsamt deploys mobile teams of the rescue, social and first-aid services: Rettungs- und Sozialdienste Starkenburg and Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe, Regionalverband Darmstadt-Dieburg.
The following documents and IDs need to be presented for vaccination on 04 and 11 November respectively: Your identity card or passport, statutory or private health insurance card and, if available, your vaccination record. In addition, you need to complete and present an information sheet and your preliminary case history, which you can download from the following , webpages of the Robert Koch Institute (in German). documents in English