COVID-19: The current semester

Even though Corona will remain and we will all have to live with it in the long run, we are currently in a very good situation - from the point of view of society as a whole as well as within the university. Therefore, all currently valid regulations at the University of Innsbruck regarding COVID-19 will be lifted with immediate effect. The Rector's team is very concerned about the health of all university employees, which is why the situation around COVID-19 will be monitored in the future in order to be able to take necessary steps if necessary.

Current recommendations

Currently, no COVID-19 measures are in effect at the University of Innsbruck. However, the following recommendations still apply:

  • Observe the usual safety precautions & hygiene regulations (including hand hygiene, disinfection of surfaces, regular ventilation).
  • Stay at home if there are signs of a Covid 19 infection!

We would like to point out that COVID-19 is still a notifiable disease in the sense of the Epidemic Law and that persons who test positive must comply with the current legal measures (e.g. FFP2 mask obligation, prohibition to enter). For more information on the COVID-19 traffic ban, click here.

The Corona working group will remain in place for the time being. Thus, you can continue to contact with questions about COVID-19.

Please also always refer to the latest Rector´s team mailing (Coronavirus: Update February 3rd, 2023).

Testing and Covid-19 vaccination at the University

All Covid-19 test stations are CLOSED.

Employees still have the option to be tested through the occupational medicine (ONLY by making an appointment in advance by emailing to and 

Covid-19 vaccination:

The offer of a Covid-19 vaccination at the University of Innsbruck remains valid (over the course of the consultation-hour of the Occupational Medicine).

Timely registration by email to (in cc is mandatory to ensure the availability of the vaccine. 

Currently the university does not have an adapted vaccine!

For further information:

If you have any question, please contact


Affected persons who suffer from Post-Covid after a Covid-19 infection and therefore have to cope with restrictions in their daily work or study routine, please contact Mag. Bettina Jeschke (Disability Officer of the UIBK, via email.

Further measures at the University of Innsbruck

You can find all the information you need about the safe operation of the library at

The federal regulations in the area of mass sports apply to participation in USI sports courses. All information or possible amendments can be found here: 

The courses of the Language Center will also take place in the winter term 2022/2023 with both online teaching and classroom teaching:

It is still possible to meet with parties in the Admission Department ( ) and in the Faculty Service Office/Examination Office ( by personal appointment.

Meetings are to continue to be held virtually wherever possible. For face-to-face work meetings, ensure that all participants feel comfortable in the setting.

Events are possible again in all areas of the university. You can find more information at the Public Relations Office:

Any questions? Then please contact the coronavirus hotline:

Further information: 




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