Starting on June 30th access to free corona tests was restricted.
Free tests are now only available for:
A test for a reduced personal contribution of 3 euros is available for:
The claim of a free or reduced price test must be supported by appropriate documentation. In all other cases, tests are available at cost.
The day following the swab must be a day we are open: Tests not available on fridays or on days before public holidays.
The time of the test must be at least one hour before closing.
We offer group tests on location for companies, clubs, etc.. Please contact us by phone for further details.
The ID NOW COVID-19 Test test uses is a recognized alternative (NAAT/NAT) to the common PCR-Test (PCR equivalent).
If the test is to be used for travel: Please check for your travels, if regulatory restictions on the test method apply and what kind of test is needed. (Sometimes rapid antigen tests are sufficient). Comman PCR methods include “INAT”, “LAMP”, “NAAT/NAT”, “NEAR”, “RT-PCR” etc. .
We assume no liability on the acceptance of our tests through third parties or for any consequences that result. We do not offer advice on the immigration and/or travel rules of other countries. This lies entirely within your responsibility as part of your personal travel planning.
The sequence is easily explained:
Just book an appointment online or scheck-in on the fly.
We will take a nasal and throat swab.
The swab will be tested for auf Covid-19 antigens .
You will receive your result within 30 minutes in form of a certificate in form of a PDF document by e-mail and (if requested) in the Corona-Warn-App.
You can get tested during our regular opening hours.
Additionally, we sometimes open on sundays, just for testing.
The exact times can be found in the overview.
Currently no tests are planned for sundays.
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
8:00 – 12:00
15:00 – 18:00
8:00 – 12:00
15:00 – 19:00
8:00 – 11:00
If a rapid antigen shows a positive result, the result must be confirmed by a PCR-Test. This requires an additional swab which is the sent to a laboratory.
Until the result of the PCR-test is known, you must stay isolated in home quarantine.