Informationen on the Corona Virus


Here the university informs about current developments regarding the corona virus. It is important to us to protect students and employees as much as possible from infection by providing information and safety measures.

We ask all students and employees to observe the general hygiene measures to protect against infections.
This includes in particular

Hygiene regulations – Measures and tips

Comprehensive information about the corona virus can be found on the websites of the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) and the Robert Koch Institute.


Precautions to protect against infection

Since 24. Nov. 2021 the 2G rule applies: Access to the university’s buildings and rooms is only allowed to persons who have been vaccinated and recovered.

Access to the premises and buildings of the TH Aschaffenburg is prohibited for persons who:

  • have symptoms typical of coronavirus infection (e. g. shortness of breath, new onset of cough, fever, loss of smell or taste) or
  • subject to quarantine; or
  • are infected with the coronavirus


This is about not putting your colleagues at risk. This applies equally to students.

FFP2 masks must be worn in buildings. The mask may be removed at seated, standing or working positions, provided that a distance of 1,5 m can be safely maintained.

If an infection becomes known, the university administration must be informed immediately. Together with the Crisis Unit and the Health Office, all necessary further steps are taken, depending on the situation.
Please send the information to the e-mail address: infektionsschutz@th-ab.de or call 06 021/4206- 463. The information is, of course, treated confidentially.

Current Information from the University Management for Employees and Students


The Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences and Arts has now published an overview of the most frequently asked questions and the answers regarding the corona virus as it concerns universities, research and cultural life.

FAQ - Basic information on university operations, research and cultural life 

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