General SARS-CoV-2-Rules

Participation/ Registration

  • Registration is required for participation in the offers. Your contact and participation data will be kept in accordance with the applicable data protection regulations and forwarded to the health authorities if necessary.
  • In the case of corona signs of illness, such as sneezing, coughing, sore throat and loss of taste, participation is only possible if these symptoms do not interfere with the sport and there is a clear explanation that does not indicate a contagious disease. In case of doubt, a self-test must be carried out immediately before the start of the event.
  • If you test positive for SARS-CoV-2 after attending a university sports activity and there is a possibility that you may have infected someone while attending university sports, please report this to the office ( with the date, time, and activity name.
  • Participation requires knowledge of and compliance with these Corana rules.

Before and after the event

  • We recommend the use of mouth-nose covering (FFP2 or KN95 or N95) indoors.
  • We recommend maintaining a minimum distance of 1.5m.

During the event

  • In the fitness area, we recommend maintaining a minimum distance of 1.5m.
  • Mouth-to-nose coverage is NOT required during sports activities.
  • Mouth-to-nose covering must be worn during body-related services (FFP2 or KN95 or N95).
  • For theory services, mouth-nose covering must be worn indoors (FFP2 or KN95 or N95) and may only be removed briefly for drinking.


  • Wash your hands thoroughly immediately prior to the sporting activity or use the on-site disinfectant.
  • Please observe the sneezing etiquette (cough and sneeze into a disposable handkerchief or the crook of your arm).
  • Contact surfaces/ equipment that you share will be cleaned after use with the disinfectant provided. Balls and other playground equipment that are constantly passed from participant to participant are excluded from this.


The ventilation system in Studio 21 runs continuously at full capacity.

  • Gymnastics rooms: Shock ventilation during event changes and when the CO2 traffic light turns yellow.
  • Fitness area: Shock ventilation when the CO2 traffic light changes to yellow.
  • Sauna and rest area: The air exchange of the ventilation is sufficient.
  • Campushalle: Shock ventilation every 20 minutes by opening the emergency exit doors on the side (5-10 minutes). If there are less than 30 persons in the hall shock-ventilation every 30 minutes is sufficient.
  • Mensa: The air exchange of the ventilation system is sufficient.
  • Due to the tense energy situation, continuous ventilation, e.g. with the windows in the tilt position, is not permitted.