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.
The 3G rule applies to events.
The 3G rule states that participation in an event is only possible with proof of immunity (vaccinated or recovered), negative test proof, or a supervised self-test. Test proof must be no more than 48 hours old.
For all types of events, from library tours to ESE (Freshman Introduction) to workshops and conferences, the 3G rule applies.
The following rules apply to 3G testing depending on the size of the event:
- Up to 15 participants (incl. organizer/leader): implementation and control of the 3G rule under own responsibility,
- From 16 to 50 participants (incl. organizer/leader): Consultation with the security team, contact person is Mr. Faßbender (Maximilian.Fassbender@uni-siegen.de), as well as information to the dean's office of the inviting faculty about the implementation of the event.
- From 51 participants (incl. organizer/leader): Submission of a hygiene concept in consultation with the Safety Team (Mr. Faßbender) as well as information to the Dean's Office of the inviting faculty about the implementation of the event.
The head of the Security Team, Mr. Faßbender, must also be informed in advance if an event (series) with a maximum of 15 participants is to be held.
Panel meetings can take place again in presence if the 3G rule is applied. Those who do not provide the proof may not participate. Alternative or hybrid formats do not have to be offered. The chairperson decides in which format the meeting will be held. During committee meetings, the mask may be removed if all participants are seated at a fixed place. However, the mask must be worn when moving around the room. Only every second seat should be occupied or a distance between seats should be maintained.
For the review of 3G, the regulations mentioned under "Events" apply depending on the size of the sessions.
The new Corona Protection Ordinance no longer requires contact information to be recorded. However, there will soon be internal regulations of the Univeristät Siegen in this regard, which we will inform about here.
Update 09-02-2021 12 pm
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.
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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