Hygiene and Infection Protection Concept

General Information

The new Hygiene and Infection Protection Concept will apply to all University employees as well as guests as of October 01, 2020. Please see further details under the links on the right-hand side. In addition to this, the Faculty of Chemistry and Mineralogy has compiled further measures for the premises at the Johannisallee 29, the Linnéstraße 2 and 3, and the Scharnhorststraße 20. These can also be found under the links on the right-hand side.
In particular, it is of key importance to keep a distance of at least 1.5 m to other people. Furthermore, it is essential that you use a mouth-and-nose covering if you are not seated in the seminar room/lecture hall. Should you have general COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home and contact a doctor. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, contact to positive-tested persons or similiar, please inform the university via coronastud[at]uni-leipzig.de or follow the instructions mentioned here. At the same time, in the case of infection or quarantine, you are asked to forward the information to the Office of Study Affairs (studienbuero(at)chemie.uni-leipzig.de, Subject: Corona-Infektion/-kontakt) as soon as possible.

One-way regulations apply in the corridors of the Office of Study Affairs and the Dean's Office (only during office hours), in the experimental lecture hall 027, the small lecture hall 015, the seminar room 101, the open working area 114 and lecture hall 4 in the Wilhelm-Ostwald Institute.

The maximum room occupancy must not be exceeded under any circumstances. Please use only the marked seats in the lecture halls!

Please enter the rooms individually and try to keep the waiting area as free as possible.
During attendance events (lectures, seminars and practical courses), a digital registration is necessary to facilitate tracing of infection chains. Please refer to the notices at the seminar rooms and lecture halls.

Please strictly adhere to the rules and, in this way, help to protect yourself and your fellow students.

last modified: 05.11.2020