Information about the COVID-19 Disease
Health Care Bayern e.V. has compiled a list of contacts for you on the subject of protective equipment as well as with doctors and therapists with the offer of a video consultation.
We would like to point out that we do not assume any liability for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the information provided.
Below you will find an overview of information offers around the coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2). This list does not claim to be complete.
Information about the Coronavirus disease
On the website of the Robert-Koch-Institute you can find comprehensive information about the coronavirus in germany.
You can also find out more about the COVID-19 pandemic on the website of the German Ministry of Health.
For more information about the COVID_19 disease and the situation worldwide, see the WHO website.
On the website of the Johns Hopkins Institute you can find a map with an overview of all numbers of COVID-19-infections worldwide.
The COVID-19 vaccination dashboard clearly displays the current figures for COVID-19 vaccinations in Germany.
Information for patients
Patients with a reasonable suspicion of a coronavirus infection should not visit their doctor directly under any circumstances, but should first call their doctor's office or contact the responsible nationwide on call number 116-117!
For general questions about the coronavirus, contact the Corona Hotline of the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety. You can reach them at 09131 6808-5101.
Recommendations for employees and employers
The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has compiled information on its website on questions relating to labour law and occupational health and safety law concerning the coronavirus. You will find answers on the topics of continued payment of wages, short-time work and rights and obligations at work. The information is available in a variety of languages.
Scientific contributions / specialist information
The World Health Organisation has set up a website to clear up rumours and misinformation about the coronavirus.
SpringerNature has released a platform on the coronavirus where you can find the latest research results on the virus. The articles are freely accessible and can be accessed free of charge.