CORONA VACCINATIONS / CORONATESTS :
In light of the corona pandemic we kindly ask you to carefully read the following remarks :
CORONA VACCINATIONS :
At present (04th of may ) the availablity of vaccine in doctors surgeries is actually declining ! Throughout the month ofmay we are obliged to administer the second vaccination for patients who already received the first one. At the same time we will hardly be provided with any vaccine for persons who didn´t yet receive their first vaccination.
Still you can already let us know if you are interested to be vaccinated in our office. This helps us to estimate the quantitiy of vaccine needed. Having said that we won´t keep waiting lists.
It remains unclear when this rather frustrating situation will change for the better . As of now it seems inevitable, that the vaccination campaign will take all sommer and last well into fall.
We apologize for not being able to give you better information at this point.
FAQ Corona vaccination ( in German ) :Link – Fragen zur Corona-Impfung
CONORONA INFECTION ( suspicion for ) :
If you experience ( or have recently experienced ) common cold symptoms e.g. coughing, sore throat and especially fever, loss of smell or taste, if you had direct contact with coronainfected persons, please DON´T visit our office without prior notice. Rather call us in advance, so we can agree on an appointment.
Appointments regarding airway infections / suspicion of corona infection will primarily take place during the following hours :
Mo / Wed / Fr 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Tue / Thu 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Corona Tests ( Covid 19 PCR ) will , if indicated , as well take place during these hours – AFTER prior agreement.
Generell precautions : Cover Mouth an Nose. Wash you hands regulary. Avoid Handshakes. Whenever possible keep a distance of at least 1,5 m ( 5 feet ) to other persons. This applies also at our reception and in our waiting area. Same when using the public transport or when queuing in the supermarket.
FAQ Corona ( in German ) : Link – Antworten auf häufig gestellte Fragen zum Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2