Berliners can have their Sars-CoV-2 tested free of charge from March 8th
For personal protection and to protect their own environment, Berliners are encouraged to to be tested with a rapid test once a week. They received a test certificate for this. The tests are free. The Senate Health Administration announced on Sunday. The administration would like to announce more details for the registration for the rapid test on Sunday.
An overview of the test sites set up by the Senate (opening times: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) can be found here:
Tempelhof-Schöneberg: Mariendorfer Damm 64, 12109 Berlin
Marzahn-Hellersdorf: Janusz-Korczak Str. 17. 12627 Berlin
Charlottenburg: Zillestrasse. 10, 10585 Berlin
Wilmersdorf: Kurt-Weiss-Sporthalle, Franzensbader Str. 16, 14193 Berlin
Treptow-Köpenick: Spreestraße. 6, 12439 Berlin
Lichtenberg: Rummelsburger Str. 13, 10315 Berlin
Lichtenberg: Max Taut OSZ, Fischerstraße 36, 10317 Berlin
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg: Prinzenstrasse 23, 10969 Berlin
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg: Carl von Ossietzky School, Blücherstraße 46-47, 10961 Berlin
Pankow: Main street 29a, 13158 Berlin
Neukölln: Bat-Yam-Platz 1, 12353 Berlin
Reinickendorf: Antonienstr. 51, 13403 Berlin
Spandau: Schönwalder Allee 26 13587 Berlin (back entrance of house 2)
Steglitz-Zehlendorf: Kirchstr. 1-3, 14163 Berlin
Wedding: Müllerstrasse 146, 13353 Berlin
Moabit: Poststadion Mitte, Lehrter Str. 59, 10557 Berlin
“Basically, if you have a positive rapid test, you have to isolate yourself immediately and compulsorily have it retested with a PCR test“, said Senator Kalayci. The Berlin test centers provided information on where post-testing with a PCR test is possible.
In addition to the Berlin test centers, a broad network of “Test-To-Go Stations” to be set up. The Senate Health Administration instructs pharmacies to do this, for example.
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