Below you will find information about current vaccination services for students, staff and their families (applies to all higher education insitutions in Leipzig). Please take a moment to read the new arrangements set out in the University’s updated Hygiene and Infectious Disease Concept. We have summarised the most important aspects in emails sent to all students and staff.


The University’s crisis management team will provide regular updates here.

Information about coronavirus

University Library: Extended Opening Hours and Access Also for Non-University Members

Extended opening hours will be in effect at the University Library (UB) branches from Monday, 7 June 2021. Furthermore the seat booking system will also be open to non-University members and thus for all UB Leipzig users.


Information about coronavirus

Reading Rooms to Reopen From 17 May

From 17 May 2021, members of the Leipzig University community will once again be able to use the study desks at Leipzig University Library. Seats must be booked in advance.


Information about coronavirus

Vaccination Appointments for Employees at Increased Risk

The University’s crisis management team points out that next week, vaccinations will be offered to Leipzig University staff who are at an increased risk due to in-person teaching duties or other activities involving contact with many different people.


Information about coronavirus

Practical Laboratory Work Still Possible

After passing through the Bundestag, the amendment to Germany’s Protection Against Infection Act (IfSG) has now been approved by the Bundesrat and signed by the Federal President. The amended legislation treats higher education institutions the same way as schools – no in-person teaching is allowed...


Information for Staff and Students

We take the health of our students, staff and guests very seriously. Please find current information and advice below. Members of the crisis management team set up under the University’s pandemic plan are liaising on a daily basis.

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Further Information

Vaccination Services

Please note that the German version of this page may be more up to date!

  • Vaccination for anyone over 18 years of age with Biontech/Pfizer.
  • No registration is necessary, please just ask when you arrive.
  • Second vaccinations are also possible if the relevant intervals are observed (AstraZeneca: at least 9 weeks; Biontech: at least 3 weeks).
  • Please bring the following (filled in beforehand, if possible):
  • Jahnallee campus, Hörsaal Süd:
    First and second doses, 9 am until 2.30pm:
    • 6 August 2021
    • 7 August 2021 (slots available for first and second doses)

More vaccination services:

  • Vaccinations are available at the vaccination centre at Neue Messe. No appoinment necessary!
  • LEIPZIg vaccination centre
  • 22 July–8 September 2021: mobile vaccination service from the City of Leipzig:
    Current sites and TIMES
    International students can also get vaccinated without German health insurance. All you need is an ID document with your name, date of birth and address.

Further Links

  • Latest infection figures in Leipzig:

  • What to do if you have a suspected case of coronavirus:

  • Robert Koch Institute: Answers to frequently asked questions about the pandemic

  • Risk calculator provided by the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry: aerosol transmission of COVID-19 and risk of infection in enclosed spaces
    Learn more (DE)

  • Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA)
    Learn more (DE)
  • The Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) provides infographics on protecting against infection and appropriate hygiene measures.
  • World Health Organisation
  • Federal Ministry of Health
  • Information from the Free State of Saxony
  • Leipzig University Hospital
  • John Hopkins University, Baltimore, has published a map showing the spread of coronavirus. Besides listing and classifying the confirmed cases, it also provides statistics, for example on the infection rate and recovery numbers.

Leipzig University hotline

Service for staff and students of the University only. The hotline was primarily set up to answer organisational questions or pass these on to the responsible departments. Please DO NOT call with medical or other questions. We are UNABLE to forward calls to Leipzig University Hospital (UKL) or other medical staff. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Umweltschutz und Arbeitssicherheit

Ritterstraße 24
04109 Leipzig

Phone: +49 341 97-30360
Fax: +49 341 97-30369

City of Leipzig
Coronavirus and service hotline
Daily 8am–6pm

Staff Medical Officers
We kindly ask staff to address their questions to our occupational health physicians (Mitteldeutsches Institut für Arbeitsmedizin, MIA).
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