Welcome to the website of the Gutenberg COVID-19 study!

Scientific data is crucially important in the fight against the pandemic - for the whole world, for Germany and for Rhineland-Palatinate. The Gutenberg COVID-19 study is intended to contribute to this by collecting population-based data in the Mainz-Bingen area for the first time. Consequently, this will allow for conclusions about the pandemic situation in Rhineland-Palatinate to become available.

The Gutenberg COVID-19 Study not only investigates the direct effects of a potential SARS-CoV-2 infection and the COVID-19 disease, but also the comprehensive effects of the pandemic and of the measures to fight the pandemic on the health of the population.

The study is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the ReALity Initiative of the Life Sciences of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the National Research Network of University Medicine.

Characteristics of the Gutenberg COVID-19 Study

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First results of study online

First data from the Gutenberg COVID-19 study will be shown in the dashboard and updated regularly with current data.

Here you can see...

...how many people probably want to be vaccinated
...how the examined participants currently feel in terms of their mental state compared to the time before the pandemic
...how common COVID-19 specific symptoms are
...and many more data about the pandemic

Further comprehensive scientific analyses, such as on the primary endpoint of the study (proportion of positive antibody blood tests in the population), consideration of subgroups and relational associations will be conducted after inclusion of all participants and subsequently after completion of the follow-up visits.

Click here to go directly to the dashboard.

Follow-up examinations started

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As of now, participants who had their first examination from October on will be reinvited to the study center in downtown Mainz. The follow-up examination includes another survey using a questionnaire and an interview in the study center as well as the collection of biosamples. The surveys take current developments into account, such as the vaccination against COVID-19.

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Contact

Study Center of the Gutenberg COVID-19 Study

Große Bleiche 15 (corner Mittlere Bleiche/ Gärtnergasse)
55116 Mainz

How to get there...


telephone:  0800 4450112
(free of charge for calls from landline)

06131 17-7667
(from mobile network)

Monday-Friday: 9.15-20.00

telefax: 06131 17–3403

 info-gcs@unimedizin-mainz.de