Information regarding the coronavirus
The spread of the corona virus is also taking its toll on public life in Rostock. We have put together all the most important information relating to the currently applicable regulations, restrictions and their relaxation. We thank you for your cooperation and compliance with the measures.
You can find information about the situation in the Hanseatic and university city of Rostock at www.rostock.de/pandemie
The possibility of contacting the citizens’ hotline at +49 (0)381 381-1111 is no longer offered since 16 May. The various offices can now once again be contacted at their usual phone numbers or centrally by dialling +49 (0)381 381-0. You can get answers for all questions regarding the practical implementation of the various rules and regulations of the state government at +49 (0)385 588-11311.
Information about the rules in public transport can be obtained from the Verkehrsverbund Warnow public transport association. .
Other hotlines available in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for assisting citizens and businesses
The regulations of the state government of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern to combat the novel coronavirus apply throughout the federal state.
The FAQ catalogue published by the state government offers answers to questions revolving the most important areas of everyday life in times of corona.
Please call your general practitioner or dial 116117 (the number for on-call medical services) if you are worried that you may have contracted the corona virus.
Information for travellers
since November 2, 2020 overnight stays are only possible for necessary and explicitly non-touristic purposes. Tourist day trips are also not permitted.
For the latest information on the current regulations, click here.
We hope to welcome you back soon.
Due to the current situations, planned events are cancelled. Should you have any questions regarding the events, cancellation or re-booking, please contact the organiser directly.
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