Corona screening centers

Patients with severe symptoms should call an ambulance or contact a hospital emergency room. No one should go to a hospital emergency room without calling first. When they call, they should say that they may be infected with coronavirus so that vital preventive measures can be put in place for ambulance transport and for the patient’s arrival at the hospital. In line with the recommendations of the RKI, confirmed cases of coronavirus should be kept in isolation at the hospital. All of Berlin’s hospitals are able to isolate and treat suspected and confirmed cases of coronavirus.

A number of hospitals in Berlin have set up special coronavirus screening centers. Here, too, you should call beforehand to ask when and how you should travel to the screening center; please observe preventive measures when traveling to the center.

The screening centers are:

  • Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum

    Augustenburger Platz 1
    13353 Berlin
    Address on the campus: Mittelallee 1

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Please call the hotline before you come: 9028-2828

    A video consultation is also a possibility. Please make an appointment in advance.

  • Vivantes Klinikum Prenzlauer Berg

    Access from Diesterwegstrasse
    10405 Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

    Opening hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

    Please call the hotline before you come: 9028-2828

  • Vivantes Wenckebach-Klinikum

    Access from Albrechtstrasse
    12099 Berlin

    Opening hours: Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

    Please call the hotline before you come: 9028-2828

  • Evangelisches Krankenhaus Königin Elisabeth Herzberge

    Herzbergstrasse 79
    10365 Berlin

    Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

  • DRK Kliniken Berlin Köpenick
    Out-patient diagnostic center

    The separate entrance to the screening center is accessible only from Salvador-Allende-Strasse. The entrance is to the right, approx. 50 meters away from the entrance to the “Ärztehaus” of the DRK Kliniken Berlin Köpenick.

    Salvador-Allende-Strasse 2-8, Haus 5.3
    12559 Berlin

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.

    We appreciate your understanding that we are currently unable to do more than 50 tests a day.

  • Drive-through testing center in Neukölln
    (Corona-Abstrich-Zentrum – CAZ)

    Taxi stand at the Estrel Hotel
    12057 Berlin

    A swab sample will be taken only from people who have registered in advance and can show an official ID. No tests will be done for people who show up at the center without notice. People can be registered only by their employers, who will need to call the borough health office in Neukölln for this purpose, and only if their workplace is in Neukölln.

    More information on the drive-through testing center (CAZ)

  • Coronavirus Testing Center

    Zentraler Festplatz
    Kurt-Schumacher-Damm 207
    13405 Berlin

    This testing center is for people who have had contact with someone who had contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, returning travelers with symptoms, and medical and caregiving staff with or without symptoms. If you wish to be tested, you must contact the borough health office in Mitte by phone at 9018-45271. They will give you a time slot for your test.

    More information on the Coronavirus Testing Center

  • Drive-by testing at Gesundheitsamt Reinickendorf

    Teichstr. 65
    13407 Berlin

    This testing location is for people from Reinickendorf. If you have had contact with someone who is infected and/or you have symptoms and you have a car, please call the borough’s coronavirus hotline at 90294 5500 for an appointment.

    More information on the Borough Office’s drive-by location


There are uniform criteria for the assumption of costs for the test in Germany. If your doctor decides that a test is necessary, the costs for the coronavirus test (59 euros in accordance with the standard EBM No. 32816) will be assumed by the health office or the patient’s health insurance.People who do not have German health insurance will have to clarify with their own health insurance company whether that company will assume the costs.