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Coronavirus: Charité Visitation Ban

As of today, Charité patients are no longer allowed to receive visitors. The only exceptions to this rule are children under 16 years of age and the seriously ill. These persons ONLY may receive one visit per day from one person for one hour but not from persons with respiratory tract infections.

These measures serve to protect patients and staff and are based on current regulation of the regulation of the Berlin Senate.

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Hospital Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

In addition to its role in research and teaching, the Hospital's fundamental mission also includes the care and treatment of patients. With 692,920 outpatient cases and 152,693 inpatient cases a year, Charité treats more patients than any other university hospital in Germany and, as a result, is able to draw on a wealth of experience and expertise. 

As a tertiary care institution, Charité is able to offer treatments for a diverse range of medical conditions. The hospital comprises approximately 100 different clinics and departments covering the entire spectrum of modern medicine. From allergy and immunology to vascular surgery, our diagnostic and treatment options set a benchmark for other health care providers.

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