Coronavirus: Information from the city of Biberach

Corona rapid test

Corona rapid test

Get tested for Corona! There are numerous test stations for this in the urban area of ​​Biberach.

Vaccination against Corona

Vaccination against Corona

Corona vaccinations are carried out by the medical profession. There are also other ways to get vaccinated in Biberach.

To be vaccinated you should bring:

  • identity card
  • vaccination card
  • health insurance card

and already filled in:

If anything is unclear, the vaccination team will help on site.

Further information on the corona vaccination

Current Corona rules and regulations

Separation, certificates of the separation obligation

duration of isolation

For people who tested positive the isolation period is ten days. A free test is possible from the fifth day, provided that you have been symptom-free for at least 48 hours.

For household members or The contact person consists no quarantine obligation more. These people are recommended to reduce contact with other people for a period of ten days after the last contact with the person who tested positive.

certificate of separation

The issuance of a certificate of separation for the application for compensation payments at the regional council no longer provided or required. You can justify the separation obligation with your positive test result.

Questions and answers about quarantine and isolation

Corona Warn-App, SafeVac App

Information from the city of Biberach on Corona


Test station in Biberach town hall closes

The Corona test station of the German Red Cross (DRK) in the Biberach town hall foyer opened for the last time on Friday, May 13th.
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Corona information in other languages

The state of Baden-Württemberg provides a wide range of information about the corona virus and the measures in force against the spread of the virus on the state’s homepage.

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Opening hours are extended

From Monday, November 22nd, extended opening hours will apply to the test station in the foyer of Biberach Town Hall.

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further messages

Administrative procedures, Corona hotline

The City Hall is accessible to the public without 3G control. However, prior appointment is recommended.

The usual hygiene rules apply in the buildings and wearing an FFP2 mask is not mandatory. A distance of at least 1.5 meters must also be maintained. In addition, the maximum number of people per building or unit may still be restricted.

The city telephone exchange can be reached at 51-0 during normal hours.

Some online services can be used independently of opening times. These can be found at

Overview of offices and departments

Appointment reservation for the Citizens Registration Office


For concerns about Corona to which no answers can be found on the municipal homepage and the pages linked there, a Corona hotline on 07351 51-888 furnished. She can also be reached by email at [email protected]

In addition, the German-speaking answers Hotline of the state of Baden-Württemberg on phone 0711/904-39555 and the multilingual hotline on phone 0711/410-11160 (English, Turkish, Arabic and Russian) questions about the coronavirus.

FAQ on help/support and other topics related to Corona

Information for entrepreneurs, employees, artists, sports clubs, …

Offers of help for risk groups

Older fellow citizens and people with previous illnesses are considered corona risk groups. In view of the spread of the virus, several initiatives in Biberach want to take special care of those at risk and support them to the best of their ability. The volunteers help elderly people without a family background, do the shopping or run errands. The offer applies to all people who want to reduce their external contacts due to the spread of the corona virus and are therefore dependent on support.

Anyone who needs support or would like to lend a hand can reach the initiatives using the following contact details:

  • citizens for citizens
  • Help for corona risk group in Stafflangen

Information on the corona virus and hygiene for adults, children and young people

Information for travelers, returnees

Information on home quarantine