Test-To-Go Berlin

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Testing options in Berlin

You will find all Berlin Test-to-Go Stations the overview map.
The operators of the linked websites are solely responsible for their content.

Please note

Please do not eat, drink, smoke or chew gum 15 min before the test.

If you have any questions about the testing options, what to do in the event of a positive rapid test or any other concerns, you can reach us daily from 9:00-18:00
under 0800 266 83 63.

Welcome to the central contact point for corona tests of the Berlin Senate Department for Health, Care and Equality

Beginning 08/03/2021, the federal government will allow all citizens access to free Corona testing.

On this page you will find all the offers for conducting a free rapid test with a corresponding official certificate of the test result. Please be sure to note per location if an appointment booking is required in advance.

Furthermore, we support you with concrete advice on how to proceed in case of a positive corona test.

Registration & daily reports

If you would like to register as a test-to-go station, please go to test-lernen.berlin.
There you can also make the daily reports in the login area after your certification has been completed.

Protection levels of the Berlin Protection Test Concept

The protection levels with their test concept follow the opening according to the opening steps and are not the justification of the opening. The test management of the present protection test concept supplements the prescribed hygiene and protection measures, it cannot replace them.

What should I do if a rapid antigen test is positive?



Please isolate yourself immediately!



Please have a PCR retest performed very promptly. Either in the test center where you received the positive rapid test result or contact your family doctor.


Avoid contacts

Please avoid further contact with other people!



The own direct contacts of the 2 days before test collection must be identified and informed.


Inform contact persons

The contacts of the 2 days before symptom onset – if symptoms were present before – must also be informed and quarantined for 14 days after last contact or as directed by the health department.


Thank you very much!

Please also note the current information of the
Robert Koch Institute at



Limit contact with other people as much as possible to minimize the risk of infection.


Aerosols can also remain suspended in the air for long periods of time and disperse in enclosed spaces.


Disinfect objects with which you and other people have frequent contact.


Dry cough
Sore throat


Wash hands

Wash hands frequently and thoroughly with soap or use hand sanitizer.

Wear a mask

Wear a mouth/nose guard to prevent droplets generated by talking, sneezing, and coughing from becoming airborne

Keep distance

If possible, keep at least 1.50 m away from other people at all times and in all places.