AU’s supplementary self-testing sites

PLEASE NOTE:

  • The final opening day for the testing sites is 30 June 2021
  • You still need to wear a face mask, when visiting one of AU’s supplementary self-testing sites.
  • Time slots for testing in Aarhus are made available seven days in advance.
  • AU’s supplementary self-testing sites are open to all employees and students at the university. The test sites are a supplement to the existing public test sites.
  • An appointment is necessary at the self-testing sites in Aarhus. No appointment is necessary at self-testing sites at AU’s other locations. See opening hours below.
  • Remember to bring your smartphone and your employee key card/student ID. 
  • It’s important that you are on time to your appointment at the test site.
  • If you've got questions about AU’s supplementary self-testing sites, please use this email: covidtest@au.dk.


Book an appointment for a self-test in Aarhus

You need an appointment if you want to be tested at one of the self-testing sites in Aarhus. Book an appointment:

No appointment is necessary at self-testing sites at AU’s other locations. See an overview of test sites with opening hours below. 

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Time slots for testing in Aarhus are made available seven days in advance.
  • Please arrive at the test site at the exact time you have booked.
  • The final opening day for the testing sites is 30 June 2021

Plan your visit

We recommend that you plan on visiting a self-testing site well before you need to use your test result. Please remember the following:

  • Bring your student ID card or employee key card/access card. There will be no admittance without AU ID.
  • Bring a smartphone.
  • The result of your test must be registered in the app ‘Kviktest’ from Copenhagen Medical. 
  • Download as far as possible the app and create a profile before you come to the test site. You can only download the app from App stores in EU or Google Play Danmark. Watch the video below (in Danish) to learn how to use the app.
  • Please make sure, that your smartphone has the latest update before downloading the app.
  • There may be queues at the test sites, and no tests will be performed after closing time. This means that the last test will start 30 minutes before closing time.  
  • If you cannot download the app, please go to one of the existing public test sites.

What to expect from your visit to a supervised self-testing site

  • The tests that will be offered are rapid tests taken with a nasal swab.  You will perform the test yourself under the supervision of trained staff. The supervisors will guide you through the whole testing process, from start to finish.
  • If there is no queue, you should expect that it will take you about 10 minutes to perform the self-test.
  • Supervised self-testing will take place in groups of up to 25 people. The test has two parts: First, the supervisor will explain how to administer the test. Then you will administer the self-test.
  • When you are finished, you must leave the test site and wait for the results 
  • Shortly after your test, you will receive an SMS notification that your test results are ready. Click the link in the SMS and enter your CPR number (minus hyphen) to get access to your test results. You can save your test results in a PDF that you can use as a coronavirus ‘passport’ until the results are available at sundhed.dk
  • Up to 24 hours may pass before your test results are also available on sundhed.dk and in the app MinSundhed.
  • If your test is negative, it is valid for 72 hours. Read more about AU’s guidelines for Covid-19 tests.
  • If your test is positive, follow this procedure.     

What if the result of your supervised self-test is positive?

If you test positive for Covid-19, you must comply with the health authorities' recommendations: self-quarantine and take a follow-up PCR test as soon as possible to confirm the test result. You will be contacted by the Danish Patient Safety Authority, which will initiate contact tracing.

If the result of your self-test is positive, the following guidelines apply at AU:

  • If you are a student, we strongly encourage you to inform the studies administration office that you are infected. To do this, fill out and submit  AU’s Covid-19 form. Subsequently, you may be contacted by a university staff member who will help clarify how the university can contribute to limiting the spread of infection. The university is legally required to take action if two or more students in the same class test have positive antigen test results. Aarhus University respects and protects the confidentiality of your data. 
  • If you are an employee you can inform your immediate supervisor if you take an antigen test and test positive. Read more: Guidelines for handling infection among AU employees 

You may not return to campus until you are able to present a valid ‘Covid passport’

How AU processes sensitive personal data

 

Consent and processing of sensitive personal data

As an employee or student, you must give informed consent to a Covid-19 test. Your participation in a supervised self-test is regarded as consent.

Your personal data, which will collected in connection with the test, will be processed in accordance with the rules in the General Data Protection Regulation.


AU’ supervised self-testing sites: locations and opening hours

Locations on Aarhus campuses - Please Note: The final opening day for the testing sites is 30 June 2021

Aud. F     

Ny Munkegade 118,
8000 Aarhus C
Bygn. 1534, Aud. F

Opening hours:
Mon-fri, 8.00-16.00
(Closed from 12.10-12.40)

Please note: 
The test site in Aud. F. is closed on 11th June.

Nygaard Bygningen, Katrinebjerg

Helsingforsgade 14
8200 Aarhus N
Building 5335
Entrance 006

Opening hours:
Mon-fri, 8.00-16.00
(Closed from 12.10-12.40) 

Please note: 
The test site closes on 30 June.

Fuglsangs Allé

Fuglsangs Allé 26
8210 Aarhus V
Building 2640
Entrance Lille sal

Opening hours:
Mon-fri, 8.00-16.00
(Closed from 12.10-12.40)

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Dales Café

Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 4A
8000 Aarhus C
Building 1653
Entrance 114

Opening hours:
Mon-fri, 8.00-16.00
(Closed from 12.10-12.40)

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.


Other Aarhus University locations - The final opening day for the testing sites is 30 June 2021

Emdrup

Tuborgvej 164
2400 København NV
Building 7220
Entrance D165

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri from 8.00-10.00.

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Foulum 

Blichers Allé 20
8830 Tjele
Building 8814
Entrance 3075

Opening hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 7.00- 09:30

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Roskilde

Frederiksborgvej 399
4000 Roskilde
Building 7410
Entrance A1:22

Opening hours:
Mon-fri, 9.00-10.00

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Flakkebjerg

Forsøgsvej 1
4200 Slagelse
Building 7613
Entrance C101

Opening hours:
Monday and thursday, 7.00-9.30

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Herning

Birk Centerpark 15
7400 Herning
Bygning 8001
Indgang 2043

Opening hours:
Monday and Wednesday, 8.00-10.00

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.

Silkeborg

Vejlsøvej 25
8600 Silkeborg
Bygning 8610
Kantinen 2. sal, lokale A307

Opening hours:
Monday and Thursday, kl. 8.00-9.30
First day of opening: Monday 7th June from 8.00 - 9.30.

Please note:
The test site closes on 30 June.