Information provided by the city health authority of Frankfurt
What is the current status and how are the city authorities responding? What should you do if you suspect an infection?
The health authority of the city of Frankfurt is providing information on this page regarding SARS-CoV-2. You will find here information and sources for additional information concerning the current situation in Frankfurt am Main, the State of Hessen, Germany and worldwide.
In addition you will find here:
• Information for the general public,
• Information for the Medical Profession
• Information for Event Organizations
• Information concerning Frankfurt Airport
Under the menu item FAQ we are providing answers to the most frequently asked questions by the wider public.
CORONAVIRUS HOTLINE OF THE STATE OF HESSEN
Hessenwide Hotline for Medical Questions: Call 0800- 555 4666 - available daily
from 8am to 8pm
Hessenwide Public Hotline for all other Questions: Please note, that all other questions are handled by the Public Hotline of the State Government of Hessen. Call: 0611 - 32 111 000 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Notice: Absolutely no test-results will be provided via this Hotline. All test results must be obtained through your general practitioner or referred doctor.
The statewide (State of Hessen) Hotlines are also available to all Frankfurt residents, there is not separate hotline for Frankfurt. In the case of verified infections with SARS-CoV-2 all necessary measures for Frankfurt residents will be taken by the Frankfurt health authority (Frankfurter Gesundheitsamt).
For residents from all other counties and districts in the State of Hessen Hotline Staff are standing by and in the case of verified infections the local health authorities are responsible for all further measures. To locate your local health authority please use the postal-code application of the Robert Koch Institute in the following link: local health authorityExternal Link
Further information about Coronavirus under: Informationen zum Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2Internal Link.