Current information about operational measures at HAW Hamburg in response to the coronavirus

Are exams still taking place? What are the plans for the current semester and the winter semester? What does 'secure on-campus activity' mean? How has the coronavirus pandemic impacted the working conditions of employees, researchers, etc.? On this page you can find the answers to these and other questions about how the university is dealing with the coronavirus.

Because the situation is a dynamic one, further decisions and measures are possible. Please check your emails and the information on this page regularly, making sure to note the date the question was last updated.

Important updates

Library workspaces for study (Updated: 28 May 2021)

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Requirement to wear a medical mask (Updated: 8 April 2021)

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Testing (Updated: 8 April 2021)

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Health

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Contact people

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Contact people in event of corona diagnosis (Updated: 2 November 2020)

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FAQs about operational measures at HAW Hamburg in response to the coronavirus

General regulations

Changes to opening hours

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How is access to HAW Hamburg buildings and rooms being managed? (Updated: 2 February 2021)

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Which rules are in place regarding the use of public areas in HAW Hamburg buildings (foyers, high-traffic areas, elevators, staff kitchens)? (Updated: 25 January 2021)

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What rules apply regarding mouth-nose coverings? (Updated: 8 April 2021)

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Are special measures in place for cleaning and ventilating rooms? (Updated: 1 September 2020)

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What should I do if I have tested positive for coronavirus or have been exposed to someone infected with the coronavirus? (Updated: 2 November 2020)

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Additional information

HAW Hamburg Framework Hygiene Plan – 8 May 2021 (Revised or new passages have been temporarily highlighted in yellow.)