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Overview about Coronavirus in Stuttgart in English

Coronavirus in Stuttgart in English

In the light of the current situation I thought I put together an overview about the most important information about Coronavirus in Stuttgart in English to help you guys find answers to the most important questions that might keep you up at night at the moment.

Please note: I only refer to information from trustworthy sources like governmental websites. However I myself am not an official or authorized person in this field nor am I an English native speaker or translator. So be aware that the information you find here might be outdated, incomplete or misinterpreted. It should only be used as an overview. To verify information you find on the internet please always double check with official sites and sources.

A very important source of information is the coronavirus website of the city of Stuttgart: coronavirus.stuttgart.de Here you also find a link to information in English (in the column on the right)

Coronavirus in Stuttgart: numbers of infected people

You find an daily updated overview about the numbers of people infected with COVID-19 in Stuttgart here (in German only and you have to scroll down a bit)

Coronavirus in Stuttgart:  Ordinance of the State Government

You find the full ordinance of the State Government of Baden-Württemberg here: https://www.stuttgart.de/img/mdb/item/692066/153877.pdf

For an overview over the updated measures to fight the spread of the virus in Baden-Württembert check out my post about the updates.

Coronavirus in Stuttgart: Special telephone hotlines

There are special hotlines in place however I cannot guarantee that the person you talk to understands English very well.

Corona Hotline

(0711)216-88888 and (0711)216-88688, specially trained personell answers questions concerning Corona in Stuttgart. Open Monday to Friday from 8am until 6pm. On the weekend you can call (0711)216-88200 between 11 am and 3 pm. 

State health department (Landesgesundheitsamt)

(0711)904-39555, open Monday to Sunday from 9am until 6pm.

Please note: These are only service hotlines. If you feel seriously ill and need immediate care and help please call 112!

Coronavirus in Stuttgart: Where to go to get tested

Jugendherberge Stuttgart Neckarpark ( Elwertstraße 2, 70372 Stuttgart) is the new Fever Ambulanz ad open between 10 am and 6 pm.

However, you now need a medical referral from your GP.

Your doctor can also send you to Marienhospital, Klinikum Stuttgart and Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus. They also do Corona tests.

Please note that at the moment only high risk people might get tested.

 

 

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