Kreisgesundheitsamt, Rettungsdienst und Krankenhäuser in Siegen-Wittgenstein haben sich auf ein mögliches Auftreten des Coronavirus vorbereitet. Zentrale Anlaufstelle für Patientinnen und Patienten mit einem Verdacht auf Infizierung mit dem neuen Grippevirus ist das Kreisklinikum in Siegen-Weidenau.
University events such as graduation and welcome ceremonies,
performances, conferences, anniversaries etc. should be kept to
The primacy of the digital format applies.
A prerequisite for the approval of such events is the submission of a hygiene concept to the dean's office / rectorate, the public order and, if applicable, the public health department.
Furthermore, the university management expects that transparency is created for the participants by providing them with a summary of the hygiene concept in advance.
For meetings of university committees, the following applies in accordance with § 13 para. 2 no. 3 CoronaSchVO, initially limited until further notice:
Meetings of legally designated committees of the University are permitted in attendance only,
- with up to twenty people, if they cannot be conducted as telephone or video conferences
- with more than twenty but not more than
250 persons in closed rooms or 500 persons in the open air,
only report to the competent authorities if the meeting
must be held for a valid reason before April 18th, 2021, in
presence and with the planned number of persons.
Update 04-12-2021 12 pm
The competent authority for authorizations according to b) is the Public Order Office.
- For more details, please refer to the Guideline for Conducting Panel Meetings During the Duration of the Corona Epidemic.
For all courses, exams, scientific events, committee meetings, etc. that are held in attendance, it is still necessary to register all participants in order to trace chains of infection. Preferably, this recording is done electronically. Alternatively, paper lists can be created. All participants must also receive the data protection information, which is available here, as is the template.
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