For appointments, call the nationwide number 116117 or visit the website: https://www.impfterminservice.de/impftermine.
Do you have symptoms and are you concerned about being infected with coronavirus? Stay at home and contact your family doctor or the Corona Citizens' Hotline of the County by phone. They will tell you how to proceed.
For information on case numbers, please refer to the dashboard on the welcome page (please scroll down).
Corona examination centres and special practices
Appointments for the corona test centre at the Ludwigsburg Hospital, operated by MVZ Dr. Kolepke, are to be made online via www.corona-teststelle-ludwigsburg.de. If you have any questions, please call the doctor's office on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 07141 / 908 997.
Corona main practices in the district can be found under the following link http://coronakarte.kvbawue.de/.
for patients and contact persons
Many cities and municipalities in our county have issued general dispositions. They lay down requirements for the domestic isolation of persons who are infected or for contact persons in category I. You can find information on the website of the municipality responsible for you or in its announcement organ (e.g. municipal bulletin).
Visit of the county office with restrictions
Due to Corona the County District Office is closed at the moment. Customer contacts are only possible by prior appointment. This also applies to all branch offices of the district administration.
Since April 27, 2020 it is mandatory to wear a mask for everyday life when shopping and on public transport.
Since 19 October 2020, the obligation to wear masks has been in force throughout Baden-Württemberg in areas dedicated to pedestrian traffic, such as pedestrian zones and market squares, where the distance of 1.5 metres cannot be safely maintained. Masks are now also compulsory in public facilities in all areas accessible to the public.
Further information of the federal state government on the mask requirement can be found here.
Decrees of the Ministry of Social Affairs
General rules of conduct
- Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water. The virus can also stick to door handles, grab handles, stair rails or similar objects and be passed on from there via the hands.
- Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a paper handkerchief, which you should dispose of immediately.
- Avoid close contact, especially with sick people. Keep a distance of 1 to 2 meters between you and the person you are with.
- During the infection period, do not shake hands, do not hug or kiss as a greeting.
- If you become ill yourself and develop symptoms of a cold and fever, stay at home so that you do not infect anyone.