Preventive Measures at MIAPP

In order to ensure a safe working environment for the programme participants as well as for our staff, several regulations were put in place.

Most important regulations at a glance:

  • 2G+ rule: Eligible for participation are only people who
    • are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and have received a booster dose at least 14 days ago or
    • are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and have recovered from Covid-19 no longer than three months ago (proof of recovery issued by a medical office or health department has to be provided) or
    • are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and can present a negative test result every 24 hours.
  • Obligation to wear a FFP2 mask (except at your individual desk)
  • In the building, the minimum distance of 1.5 m is observed wherever possible
  • Wash and/or disinfect hands on a regular basis
  • Contact surfaces and shared work equipment are sanitized regularly
  • Air offices regularly
  • Individuals with Covid-19 associated symptoms will be excluded from the programme

For detailed information, please download the MIAPP Hygiene Protocol.

If you have any further questions regarding the Hygiene protocol or the current rules in place, please do not hesitate to contact the MIAPP Team via email to workshop(at)munich-iapp.de

 

Covid Test Centre

There is also a test centre for rapid tests available on site at the Campus, at about 5 minutes walking distance from the MIAPP building. The test centre is open to everyone and the tests are free of charge. Appointments have to be booked in advance via StudiTUM.

The front page is in German only. Click on the first teal button saying KOSTENLOSEN BÜRGERTEST IN GARCHING BUCHEN. You can then change to your preferred language by using the small flag icon in the upper right corner.

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Travel Information

Depending on the country from which you enter Germany, the restrictions and regulations may differ.

In addition to a full vaccination against Covid-19 (with an approved vaccine) or proof of recovery, a recent negative Covid test as well as an online registration prior to your trip might be necessary.

Therefore, please check the website of the Federal Foreign Office for current entry and quarantine regulations.

Further useful links include the website of the Federal Ministry of the Interior with country specific information or the website of Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, where vaccines approved in Germany are listed. The categorization of (high) risk areas and areas of variants of concern is updated on a weekly basis by Robert Koch Institut.

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Local Rules and Restrictions

What do I need to take into consideration when staying at a hotel, eating at a restaurant, going by public transport? What kind of mask do I have to wear? Depending on the number of new infections and people hospitalised at a local level, rules and restrictions in Germany may vary from region to region.

Therefore, we recommend to check the official website of the City of Munich and/or the multilingual online guide for current rules and restrictions in place.

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