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The 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg administration is monitoring developments associated with the coronavirus closely. To assess the situation, it is in consultation with the local health authority (Gesundheitsamt) and the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research and Art in order to take the necessary measures together.

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In the winter semester of 2021/22, the 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg will have "as much face-to-face teaching - in accordance with the hygiene rules - as possible and as much supplementary digital teaching as necessary". It will therefore be a transitional semester towards regular face-to-face teaching in the summer semester of 2022. We are planning the teaching with enough flexibility that in the event of the hospitalisation traffic light system turning to red, it would be possible to switch back to digital without complications.

Overview over the most important changes

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Updated: 13 October?2021

Teaching and studies

In the?winter semester of 2021/22, the 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg will have "as much face-to-face teaching - in accordance with the hygiene rules - as possible and as much supplementary digital teaching as necessary". It will therefore be a transitional semester towards regular face-to-face teaching in the summer semester of 2022. We are planning the teaching with enough flexibility that in the event of the hospitalisation traffic light system turning to red, it would be possible to switch back to digital without complications.

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The ban on face-to-face teaching has been lifted for the time being.

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The most important requirements?are summarised below:

  • The basic principle applies: as much presence as possible, as much digital as necessary. The 3G rule and the elimination of minimum distances in teaching rooms under certain conditions are new.
  • The guidelines reflect the current legal and pandemic situation (hospitalisation traffic light: "green"); changes may be made at short notice if necessary.?
  • Masks are compulsory in all university buildings. We therefore ask you to wear medical masks or FFP2 masks in the corridors and public areas of the university buildings.?Masks are not required outdoors.
  • Vaccinated, recovered, tested (3G): As of recently, 3G proof has already been required in order to enter university buildings (exception: for exams). The university intends to carry out random but very strict entry checks at all entrances from the start of lecture period.
  • The 3G rule does not apply to employees. They will be admitted with their employee ID (campus card) even without 3G proof.
  • Room allocation: As a general rule, lecture halls can be occupied up to a maximum of 50% ("chequerboard pattern") and all other rooms up to 100% (in which case masks are compulsory). Optionally, however, a seating arrangement can still be determined in which the minimum distance of 1.5 m is maintained (in this case: no mask requirement). For examinations, the minimum distance of 1.5 m still applies. All rooms will be marked accordingly. Information on room occupancy and the applicable mask requirement can be found on the information sheets in the teaching rooms.

  • Rapid tests: Due to the 3G rule, unvaccinated students will have to be tested regularly. The university is not obliged to offer the tests itself. In principle, everyone is responsible for providing proof of testing themselves. Nevertheless, we intend to continue operating our testing station on campus until further notice and to continue offering students and employees free testing opportunities on a daily basis.

Please refer to the current guidelines for details.

Regulations for the winter term 2021/2022:

The special regulations on counting semesters, individual standard periods of study and extensions of examination-relevant deadlines that have been in effect since the summer semester 2020 up to and including the summer semester 2021 will not be extended any further. This means that the previous regulations will apply again and any interrupted deadlines will start to apply again.

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If you have any questions regarding examination-related issues, please contact the examination office responsible for you.

Special regulations for the summer semester 2020 up to and including the summer semester 2021:

On 23 March 2021, the Bavarian State Parliament passed a law extending the regulations made in the summer semester 2020 for the winter semester 2020/2021 and the summer semester 2021. This is intended to avoid disadvantages for students if they are unable to take any or all examinations in the ongoing crisis situation

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The most important changes:

  1. Regular dates and deadlines?provided in examination regulations are?automatically postponed or extended by the mentioned number of semesters (e.g. orientation examination, maximum study duration), provided the students are enrolled and not on leave of absence. It is not necessary for students to submit an application.
  2. The proposed extension of the individual standard period of study is intended, for example, to ensure an extended maximum period of support in relation to BAf?G in an unbureaucratic manner.

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Note on counting the semester (changed on 12 April 2021):

To compensate for restrictions in studies due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the legislator has issued or extended regulations to the Bavarian Higher Education Act, according to which the summer semester 2021, the winter semester 2020/2021 and the summer semester 2021 do not count as subject semesters with regard to examination deadlines and standard dates. Furthermore, an individual standard period of study extended by the respective number of semesters applies to registered students who were not granted leave of absence in the semesters mentioned. This results in the counting of the subject semesters, i.e. the number of semesters in which a student is enrolled in a degree programme, as follows:

  • The subject semester classification is not covered by the cited regulations - the legislator has expressly pointed this out in the explanatory memorandum to the law. This means that the semesters mentioned are included in the semester count (exception: if a leave of absence exists for this semester) and are also shown as such in the university's enrolment certificates.
  • The semesters mentioned are not included in the calculation of the deadlines for passing a?basic and orientation examination (Grundlagen- und Orientierungsprüfung)?specified in the examination regulations of the university or the?maximum duration of study?regulated in these examination regulations. This is already taken into account in the STUDIS electronic examination administration system, i.e. the semesters mentioned have already been or will be deducted from the number of subject semesters.
  • For recipients of BAF?G benefits, the maximum funding period is automatically extended due to the regulation according to which an individual standard period of study extended by the respective number of semesters applies to students enrolled in the semesters mentioned and not on leave of absence. In all other BAF?G regulations that are linked to the standard period of study or the number of semesters, the semesters mentioned are also not taken into account. As this follows directly from the law, there is no need for a separate certificate from the university confirming the extension of the standard period of study by one semester. The usual matriculation certificates must be submitted. The BAF?G Office of the Augsburg Student Union can answer specific questions.

Until further notice, the student hotline is available from Monday to Thursday from 08:30 - 14:00 and on Friday from 08:30 - 12:00. If necessary, these times will be extended again during the lecture period.

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For questions regarding the areas

  • Student Information Office (Studierendeninformationsbüro; general inquiries)
  • Student Office (Studentenkanzlei; questions regarding application, enrolment, de-registration, transfer, etc)
  • Examination Office (Prüfungsamt)
  • Scholarships

please contact the student hotline +49 (0)821 598-1111.

From 18 October 2021, all? validators and top-up machines?for the Campus Card will be available again.

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You can currently find validators in building A (entrance C, to the left of the student office, by the artwork) at the language labs on the ground floor. They are accessible from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

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Exams

The current repeat and follow-up examinations can be carried out in attendance in compliance with the current hygiene regulations. The hygiene concepts valid for the summer semester 2021 will continue to apply for the time being.

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Details on how examinations can be held and what has to be considered can be found on our page on examinations in times of Corona

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The plans for the regular examinations for the winter semester 21/22 will be made in the next few weeks. Should any changes result from this, they will be communicated as soon as possible.

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In brief, the following points apply:

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Please note that

  • there is an obligation to wear masks in the examination buildings, rooms and your seat. Any movement in the building or inside the examination room must be done while wearing a surgical mask or an FFP2 mask. On the seats, wearing a mouth-nose cover (community-mask) is enough. Surgical masks or FFP2 masks?are not required there, however they are highly recommended.
  • before, during and after the examinations a minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other persons is maintained and you should not form groups.
  • there are assigned seats, walking paths and marked entrances and exits.
  • the 3G rule does not extend to examinations.
  • you are strongly requested to undergo a COVID-19 test (not a self-test) before the individual exams. The result of an antigen test should not be older than 48 hours, the result of a PCR test should not be older than 96 hours (in each case related to the time of testing). If individuals have been fully vaccinated and the last vaccination was more than 14 days ago, a test is not necessary.
  • students with symptoms of illness are not allowed to take the exams. Do not come to the exam if you have symptoms of illness such as respiratory problems, cough, cold, fever, aching limbs, smell/taste problems. The proctoring staff has the authority to deny you access to the grounds, building or exam room if necessary.

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  • In the case of allergies with corresponding symptoms, provided you present a medical certificate confirming the allergy and typical symptoms.

The 3G rule does not extend to exams.

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Nevertheless, we ask all participants of in-person examinations to undergo a COVID-19 test before the individual examinations (no self-test). If as many examination participants as possible are tested negative, the protection against infection in the examinations will be further improved. We appeal to your sense of responsibility to have a test carried out beforehand if you take part in an attendance examination.

The result of an antigen test should not be older than 48 hours, the result of a PCR test should not be older than 96 hours (in each case related to the time of testing). If individuals have been fully vaccinated and the last vaccination was more than 14 days ago, a test is not necessary.

You can be tested in test centres, doctors' surgeries and pharmacies. You can find an overview for your place of residence here:

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The 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg operates its own testing station, which students can also use by appointment. You can find more information on the page about the?.

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Please plan your test appointments well in advance of your in-person examinations so that the examinations can take place under good conditions and the health of all those taking part in the examinations can be protected as best as possible.

Students from a high-risk group should contact the person responsible for the respective exam at least two weeks before the examination date and provide evidence (e.g. medical certificate). The university will make every effort to find solutions for the students concerned (e.g. a separate examination venue with increased safety distance) within the framework of the available space and personnel capacities.

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Pregnant students should contact the Student Information Office (mutterschutz@zv.uni-augsburg.de) immediately. According to the assessment of our company doctor based on the information of the Ministry of Family Affairs, an examination in presence together with other students in a room is still not justifiable, even with a large distance. In order to avoid an increased risk of infection with the coronavirus of pregnant students who wish to take part in presence examinations, a separate examination room must therefore be organised for the student with appropriate supervision.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, special regulations continue to apply for the state examinations under LPO I.

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These can be read on the homepage of the Ministry of Education for the state examination. Among others they concern the following topics:

  • Written thesis
  • Module performance and 30-LP regulation
  • School internships
  • Practical sports tests
  • Other admission requirements
  • Free attempt for all exam candidates
  • Addition to the free trial regulation: Already occurred withdrawals

Further important information and forms for the state exams:
/de/studium/organisation-beratung/pruefungen/infos-und-antrage/lehramt/#staatsexamen

ENTRY FROM ABROAD OR AT-RISK AREAS & SUSPECTED CASES

In the following cases, it is not possible to enter the university and attend courses and examinations

  • in case of a positive corona test during 14 days.
  • in case of a confirmed contact during the last 14 days to a confirmed COVID-19.
  • in the case of signs of illness symptomatic of a SARS-CoV-2 infection and a test according to a doctor's order or an order of the public health department for testing until the end of the fifth day after testing, unless a negative test result is available earlier.

Further details can be found in the Enforcement Ordinance for the Protection against Infection Act at https://www.verkuendung-bayern.de/files/baymbl/2020/464/baymbl-2020-464.pdf

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In the following cases, entry to the university and participation in courses and examinations is only possible under certain conditions:

  • Return from a foreign at-risk area: A medical certificate in German or English must be available, confirming that, on the basis of a molecular biological test, there are no indications of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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  • If you have symptoms of an acute, transmittable disease, in particular signs of illness symptomatic of a SARS-CoV-2 infection (fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of sense of taste/odour, sore throat, runny nose and aching limbs) without an order from the public health department for testing: In your own and your fellow students' interest, please refrain from coming to the university and discuss the further course of action with your family doctor. In cases of signs of illness, the staff here on campus are entitled to demand a current negative certificate (see previous bullet point) or otherwise to ask you to leave the room or campus.

There are currently no special requirements for returning from particularly affected cities or districts in Germany.
Please note any obligations you may have to contact the relevant district administrative authority (e.g. under the entry quarantine regulations)

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For persons staying in so-called with a particularly high prevalence of mutations of the virus, transport to Germany and entry in accordance with the Corona Entry Ordinance are currently prohibited. This also applies to fully vaccinated persons. Exceptions are only possible in very few cases, for example for persons with residence and right of abode in Germany. (https://www.bmi.bund.de/SharedDocs/faqs/DE/themen/bevoelkerungsschutz/coronavirus/reisebeschraenkungen-grenzkontrollen/II-reisebeschraenkungen-uer-einreise-aus-virusvarianten-gebieten/welche-ausnahmen-vom-befoerderungsverbot-und-den-einreisebeschraenkungen-aus-virusvarianten-gebieten-gibt-es.html).


For students and researchers from virus variant areas, this means that a studying in attendance or a research stay in Germany for the winter semester 2021/2022 cannot be ensured at present. Please note that entry is also not possible if the German higher education institution has already granted a study place: Since entry is not possible, visas cannot be issued as long as a country is considered a virus variant area.

for employees

At Augsburg 比分365,足球比分直播, the winter semester 2021/22 is considered a transition semester towards regular operation from the summer semester 2022 onwards. For the most part, courses will take place in presence. At the same time, a certain flexibility is to be maintained so that in the event of the hospitalisation traffic light system turning to red it will be possible to work increasingly in digital format again.

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In the winter semester 2021/2022, employees may continue to telework at their request, provided that the technical requirements are in place and orderly service operations permit this ("voluntary teleworking"), especially taking into account the increased face-to-face teaching. However, as of 1 October 2021, employees will be required to increasingly work on-site at the university again, if possible and depending on the workplace situation. As before, care must be taken to avoid having multiple employees occupy the same office and to organise alternating presence here. Time recorded from home should be coordinated with the supervisor.
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The transition to regular attendance is planned for the summer semester 2022 at the latest, provided the pandemic situation permits this. The new service agreement on alternating telework at 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg will then apply. You will receive more information about this.


Please note that?recording working hours for the non-scientific employees of the university is possible again since 01.08.2020. The time recording terminals, which are located in the respective buildings on campus, are released again. In addition, a web terminal function for online recording of working times is available for those employees who do their work in their home office. You need your personnel number to register. ?

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Detailed instructions for registration and using web terminal function

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To prepare for working from home, please read the tips and instructions of the computer center.

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Tips for working from home successfully

The 3G rule does not extend to employees for their work. Please identify yourself with your employee ID card (Campus Card) in case of checks.

Please note, however, that the 3G rule applies to everyone when eating in the canteen and cafeterias of the Studentenwerk - just like in restaurants.

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For employees tested positive for the coronavirus, the announcement of the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care of 25 February 2021, ref. GZ6a-G8000-2021/505-8, published in BayMBl 2021 NR. 151 of 25.02.2021, on the enforcement of the Infection Protection Act (Infektionsschutzgesetz, short: IfSG), isolation of category I contacts, suspected contacts and persons tested positive for the coronavirus, must be applied.

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https://www.verkuendung-bayern.de/baymbl/2021-151/

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Persons tested positive must immediately undergo isolation after becoming aware of the positive test result. The person tested positive is obliged to report to the competent health authority and inform them of the test result. (see also "Employees in quarantine").

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In general, in the case of other illnesses, the general legal regulations as well as the individual regulations of the respective department regarding incapacity for work or service apply.

Employees with symptoms of an acute, communicable disease must not come to work. This applies in particular to the following typical symptoms of COVID-19: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of sense of taste/smell, sore throat, cold and pain in the limbs.

In the case of mild, new, non-progressive symptoms (such as a cold without fever and occasional cough), employees may only come on to work if no fever has developed after at least 24 hours (from the onset of symptoms). Nevertheless, in these cases in particular, telework or work from home must be carried out as far as possible.

If this is not possible, it is imperative to observe the general rules of conduct in the professional environment in order to exclude a risk of infection for the other employees. In cases of doubt, a doctor must decide to what extent the employee is fit for work or duty and may come on duty.

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3.? ? ?Suspected and contact cases

For? contact persons of category I and for suspected persons, the announcement of the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care of 25 February 2021, ref. no. GZ6a-G8000-2021/505-8, published in BayMBl. 2021 no. 151 of 25.02.2021, on the enforcement of the Infection Protection Act (IfSG), isolation of contact persons of category I and of suspected persons, isolation of persons tested positive for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, shall be applied. In the event of isolation, section 4 of this decree shall apply.

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https://www.verkuendung-bayern.de/baymbl/2021-151/
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Category I contacts shall immediately go into isolation after notification by the public health department and at least until the end of the 14th day after the last contact with a confirmed COVID 19 case notified by the public health department, unless otherwise ordered by the public health department. The health department shall record the contact details and immediately instruct the contact persons in writing or electronically about the measures to be observed. (see also "Employees in quarantine").

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The domestic quarantine ends when the close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case occurred at least 14 days ago, no typical signs of the disease have appeared and a test carried out at the earliest 14 days after the last close contact shows a negative result. Otherwise, the competent district administrative authority shall decide on the end of the quarantine.

If the employee had contact with a "mere" suspected case, i.e. with a person for whom there is no confirmation of infection (yet), and if the employee is symptom-free, the employee is fit for duty or work. This is even more true for all other contact cases.

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4. Regulations for returnees from risk areas, high incidence areas and virus variant areas

Persons entering from a high incidence area or virus variant area are required to complete an entry declaration in accordance with the coronavirus entry regulation?() and to comply with the applicable testing and quarantine regulations.


Please contact the health office responsible for you without delay and use the officially prescribed online form available on the homepage of the health offices for the digital entry application: https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de/#/

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Important information for returning travellers and those entering the country can be found under the following links:

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6.? Obligation to report

In all the above cases, please contact the Human Resources Department at the following e-mail address: meldepflicht@zv.uni-augsburg.de.

We would like to point out that in the above-mentioned cases you are also obliged to inform the district administrative authority responsible for you immediately. You are also obliged to inform the respective district administrative authority in the event of symptoms of illness.

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Within Germany

Employees who are quarantined domestically by order of the Health Department?must primarily work from home or from home (provided they are fit for duty or work). Leave of absence is only to be granted if no teleworking option is available.

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Foreign countries

Employees who are abroad but cannot return to Germany due to quarantine measures issued by the safety authorities shall be released from work and shall not be required to work in the time missed.

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If a journey is nevertheless undertaken during the period of validity of the coronavirus entry regulation () with a quarantine order, although a quarantine will subsequently be necessary at the time of the commencement of the journey, this is generally to be regarded as inappropriate behaviour. A leave of absence can then no longer be granted.


In all the above cases, please contact the Human Resources Department at the following e-mail address:

meldepflicht@zv.uni-augsburg.de.

Business trips are possible if they are absoluely necessary. The following examples showcae what is to be understood as "absolutely necessary“:

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  • Participation in committee meetings as an elected or appointed member
  • Conference participation with an own lecture
  • Meetings, if participation is required for your own training and qualification
  • Trips to archives and libraries for research purposes
  • Trips as a participant in examination procedures
  • Trips for lecturers on excursions, which have been approved as a compulsory part of the curriculum

All business trips are subject to the provision that travel restrictions and warnings of the Federal Foreign Office are taken into account and do not conflict with the business trip.?It is obligatory to comply with the infection prevention measures applicable at the respective location.

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The following applies to all international business trips: Travel warnings issued by the Federal Foreign Office must always be observed. Please also bear in mind that travel restrictions may apply in your destination (e.g. quarantine for travellers). Therefore, please be sure to read all travel warnings and partial travel warnings issued by the Federal Foreign Office as well as the respective country-specific travel and safety instructions issued by the Federal Foreign Office for your destination country:? https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/de/

When planning your trip, please also bear in mind travel regulations can change at any time due to new developments.?

We ask you to add?a corresponding declaration on the absolute necessity of the trip?and compliance with infection prevention measures to your travel authorization request. Sofern Ihre Dienstreise durch Ihre/n Vorgesetzte/n genehmigt werden muss, wird diese Erkl?rung vom/von der Vorgesetzten ben?tigt.?If your business trip must be approved by your superior, this declaration is required by the superior.

On 25 May 2020, the German Bundestag passed an amendment to the Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz (WissZeitVG), which is intended to compensate for the effects of the corona pandemic on fixed-term scientific staff.
If an employment contract for further scientific qualification according to § 2 Absatz 1 WissZeitVG exists in the period from 1 March 2020 to 30 September 2020, the maximum fixed-term contract period is extended by six months. However, this extension option does not mean that the period of employment is automatically extended by six months.

In view of the continuing considerable restrictions on the operation of higher education institutions, use has now been made of the authorisation contained in section 7 (3) WissZeitVG. This extends the maximum permissible period of fixed-term employment pursuant to section 2 (1) WissZeitVG by a further six months over and above the extension specified in section 7 (3) sentence 1 WissZeitVg.

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Generally, the respective qualification phases are designed in such a way that even the previously applicable maximum fixed-term limits do not have to be fully utilized. Nonetheless, the amendment to the law makes it possible to extend employment beyond the previously applicable limits if necessary and upon request, if the achievement of the desired qualification goal is delayed due to corona-related restrictions.

Even though there is no legal entitlement to an extension of the employment relationship, the intention of the amendment is that the respective carers should conduct a generous - but also realistic - examination to determine whether circumstances surrounding the pandemic have lead to a dellay in reaching the qualification goal and if so, to what extent.

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Further information can be found under the following link:
https://zv.uni-augsburg.de/abt/abt2/info/service_fuer_Bedienstete/tv-l_beschaeftigte/wissenschaftliche_beschaeftigte/

Further general information can be found on the pages of the BMBF under this link:
https://www.bmbf.de/de/karrierewege-fuer-den-wissenschaftlichen-nachwuchs-an-hochschulen-verbessern-1935.html

If you have any further questions, please contact the staff of the relevant human resources department (II/5 or II/6).

Events that are not courses are generally permissible in compliance with the current regulations (mask requirement, 3G, contact data collection). This applies in particular to conferences, congresses, lecture series, workshops, celebrations and comparable events.
The specifications for room occupancy applicable to teaching events (especially for lecture halls) are also binding for these types of events.
A hygiene concept must be drawn up for each of these events and submitted to the responsible faculty. The university provides a sample hygiene concept for this purpose.

Furthermore, the broadcasting of events on the internet is suggested as a suitable alternative. The combination of presence and livestream increases the reach of the event.

In their own interest, it does not make sense for any employee of the Free State of Bavaria to travel abroad as long as the travel area is subject to a travel warning from the German Foreign Office with reference to Corona or if quarantine would be necessary due to the EQV upon return.

If, on the other hand, a trip is booked and undertaken during the period of validity of the travel warning issued by the Federal Foreign Office with reference to Corona or the EQV with quarantine order, this is to be regarded as irresponsible behavior on the part of an employee of the Free State of Bavaria. Exemptions from duty for quarantine measures abroad or return travel difficulties will then no longer be granted or only in exceptional cases. If a trip to a risk area is planned or you have any questions, please contact meldepflicht@zv.uni-augsburg.de.

Child?sick days

On 14 January 2021, the German Bundestag passed an extension of child?sickness benefits?by 10 days and, in the case of single parents, by 20 days for each child in 2021. The new regulation provides, among other things, that the entitlement to sick pay for the calendar year 2021 also exists if facilities for the care of children, schools or facilities for persons with disabilities are temporarily closed by the responsible authority to prevent the spread of infections or communicable diseases on the basis of the Infection Protection Act. However, extensive support options already exist for employees of the Free State in the form of teleworking and the possibility of taking time off on an hourly or daily basis, which go beyond the child sickness benefits. If the employee could telework but chooses to care for the child only (and not telework), the child sickness benefit can be claimed.

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For more information on children's sick leave, see the following link:? https://www.bmfsfj.de/bmfsfj/themen/corona-pandemie/kinderbetreuung-bei-schul--und-kitaschliessungen/faq-kinderkrankentage-kinderkrankengeld/fragen-und-antworten-zu-kinderkrankentagen-und-zum-kinderkrankengeld/164976

Homeoffice and subsidiary release from work will also be granted until further notice if this is absolutely necessary to care for a relative in need of care and the care is not otherwise possible. The need for care must be specifically stated.

Lecturers are asked to contact their respective chair or institute for information on current regulations concerning teaching and examinations.

Ventilating rooms regularly, especially the teaching rooms, remains?an important contribution to your own safety.

Increase ventilation rhythm

Due to the comparatively long?time?aerosols spend?in the air, it is of utmost importance to bring as much outside air as possible into used rooms. Meeting rooms should therefore be ventilated before the start of the meeting by opening opposite windows or across. In addition, due to the current situation in all offices and meeting rooms in use, if possible the windows opposite should be opened continuously or at least at an increased rhythm, preferably every 20 minutes, for a few minutes, preferably 3 to 10 minutes (so-called Sto?lüften/shock ventilation).

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Use of air conditioners

The use of air-conditioning units in offices used exclusively by individuals is harmless. In rooms used by several people (e.g. offices open to the public, offices during meetings or conference rooms), fully or partially recirculating air systems should only be used for cooling before and after use. The supply of fresh air should then be provided manually, as shown above.

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Use of fans

The use of fans in offices used exclusively by individuals is harmless. In multi-person and single offices with frequent public traffic or during meetings, fans should only be used to supply fresh air. Care should be taken to avoid placing oneself in direct line with the airflow. Instead, a fan with a low setting should be placed at the window and, if possible, the door should be kept ajar to support a constant exchange of air through the open windows.

The following leaflets can be used as posters (especially for future office hours) or to inform employees and students:

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Testing & Vaccination

You can get tested in test centres, doctors' offices and pharmacies. You can find an overview for your place of residence here: https://www.stmgp.bayern.de/coronavirus/bayerische-teststrategie/#testzentren_corona

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The 比分365,足球比分直播 of Augsburg is offering the option of a Covid 19 antigen rapid test for employees and students from 12 April 2021. The test will be conducted Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. at the test station on campus, which is operated by an external company.

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Further information and registration for the rapid test

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For those who have not yet been vaccinated, the Vaccination Centre of the City of Augsburg offers various services: You can get vaccinated in doctors' offices, at the vaccination centre (with or without an appointment) and at vaccination events in various parts of the city. A vaccination also reduces the risk of passing on the Corona virus. In this way, vaccinated people help themselves, their relatives and the people around them.

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Further information on vaccination can be found at: https://www.augsburg.de/umwelt-soziales/gesundheit/coronavirus/impfzentrum

Inform and protect yourself

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Information about the at-risk regions can be found on the Robert Koch Institute website:

www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/Risikogebiete.html

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Information about the symptoms of an infection, preventative measures and the current situation in Bavaria are available on the website of the Bavarian Office for Health and Food Safety (LGL):https://www.lgl.bayern.de/gesundheit/infektionsschutz/infektionskrankheiten_a_z/coronavirus/faq.htm

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FAQ of the State Ministry for Science and the Arts:

Please restrict private and business travel to an absolute minimum for the time being and act responsibly towards yourself and others. Please observe basic hygiene recommendations.

  • Wherever possible, keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other people.
  • Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or a tissue paper – and dispose of the tissue in a bin with a lid.
  • Keep your hands away from your face – avoid touching your mouth, eyes or nose with your hands.

  • Keep sufficient distance from other people who have a cough, runny nose or a temperature – also due to the ongoing flu wave.

  • Avoid touching people (e.g. shaking hands or embracing) when you greet or say goodbye to people.

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  • Get vaccinated against Covid-19

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