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Get introduced to the health system, hospitals, doctors and pharmacies in Hamburg.
The pandemic is not over yet, but there are plans for lifting the restrictions. See our brief overview of the rules applicable in Hamburg to contain the spread of COVID-19.
See the draft of the regulations applicable from Saturday, 28 August 2021.
Everyone ages 12 and over can get vaccinated against COVID-19 easily and free of charge at any of the many hospitals in Hamburg.
Travelling and returning to Hamburg from risk areas can be tricky. This is an overview of the requirements and options for visitors and returnees.
As Hamburg loosens restrictions, this contact tracing app is one of the best ways to help keep yourself and others safe.
Strict guidelines have been put in place to combat the spread of the covid-19 coronavirus.
Personal hygiene measures are important: frequent hand washing, keeping a distance from the sick, and proper cough / sneeze etiquette.
Do you have questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in Hamburg? We have answers!
Doctors treat patients with acute illnesses and provide preventative examinations and medicine, including vaccines.
Wearing a face mask in public is required in Hamburg as of 27 April. Get your own individual face mask to make a statement.
Most healthy people over the age of 18 are allowed to donate blood. Find out where and how you can donate in Hamburg.
Donating plasma can be just as valuable as giving blood. Find out all you need to know about plasma donation in Hamburg.
Hamburg has over 35 hospitals and specialist facilities offering round-the-clock medical care. Find out which hospital is closest to you.
Do you need medication, cold medicine or something for a headache? In Germany, such items are found at pharmacies.
The German social system includes health, long-term care, pension, unemployment and accident insurance.
Your social security number is used for personal identification in the social security system. Learn more.
International students must have adequate health insurance coverage to enroll at a German university and obtain a residence permit.