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Where do I find additional information?


Information on behaviour at the workplace (Federal Ministry of Labour, in German)

Current figures (in German) – Infections in Germany, China and globally. (RKI)


Questions and answers by the Robert Koch Institute (in German) and the Federal Centre for Health Education (in German) (link to FAQs)


Current information on the new coronavirus (in German) (RKI)

Information for travellers in different languages (Federal Ministry of Health/RKI)

Information for travellers (in German) (Foreign Office)


Questions and answers (in German) on the crisis task force and the travel bans/border checks (Federal Ministry of the Interior)


Information on the economic impact of the coronavirus (in German) and on support for businesses (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs)

Who can I call?

If you think you might have been infected with the coronavirus, call your general practitioner or +49 116117, the phone number of the on-call doctors.

See below for additional hotlines that inform about the coronavirus throughout Germany.

Independent patient counselling Germany - +49 800 011 77 22

Federal Ministry of Health (enquiry helpdesk) - +49 30 346 465 100 General initial information and provision of contact data - general authorities phone number 115 (www.115.de (in German))


Counselling service for deaf persons and people with hearing impediments - fax number: +49 30 / 340 60 66 – 07 info.deaf@bmg.bund.de / info.gehoerlos@bmg.bund.de

Call option in sign language (video call) - https://www.gebaerdentelefon.de/bmg/ (in German)