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Coronavirus: Current information

[updated on February 3, 2023, 2:30 p.m.]

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Instructions from the university administration

Paderborn University regularly adapts its measures and regulations to contain occurrences of infection with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in line with current developments. There are no mandatory regulations in the handling of Covid-19 for the activity in the university since February 1, 2023. Out of consideration for the community, please behave mindfully and respect your counterpart's need for protection in your daily interactions.

General regulations

Mouth-nose covering

Wearing a medical mask is recommended, especially if symptoms are present.

Working on campus / mobile working

General regulations

For working from home, the provisions of the service agreement on mobile working applies as of 1 April, 2022. You can find more information on the pages of Dezernat 4.

Conducting committee meetings in digital or hybrid formats is still possible due to the Corona Epidemic University Ordinance, which is still in effect until April 1, 2023.

Employees receive FFP2 and medical masks at ZSL until further notice.

FAQ for employees

1. What should I do if I, as an employee, have symptoms of Covid-19 disease or have tested positive for Covid-19?

The Ministry of Health recommends wearing a mask indoors in the event of an existing infection with Covid-19. In the event of incapacity for work, a sick note must be submitted to the supervisor and the Human Resources Department, including a certificate of incapacity for work. Currently, the physician is authorized to issue a certificate of incapacity for work in the event of cold symptoms after consultation by telephone. If the doctor does not determine that the employee is unfit for work, there is no illness that is relevant under labor law.

Special isolation, testing or reporting obligations no longer exist for work at the university.

2. I belong to the risk group. How do I behave correctly? Where can I get advice?

Advice can be provided by the attending physician. The company doctor and the occupational health and safety department can also provide support. Otherwise, the usual protective measures apply: Booster vaccination, consistent wearing of masks, keeping your distance.

 

3. What do I do as a supervisor when an employee exhibits symptoms of Covid 19 disease?

The supervisor has a duty of care to all employees and, with that in mind, should address the individual's ability to work.

 

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