PCR & antigen tests at the Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden

Daily PCR, express PCR and free antigen rapid tests possible with appointment optional

Everything about the Coronar test site at the Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden
>> No appointment necessary



Webergasse 1

01067 Dresden


Hotline:: +49 30 1200 70 686

Mail: service@coronatest.de


Our test station is located at Webergasse 1.


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Opening hours

Monday – Saturday

  • 08:00 – 20:00 H.


  • Close

Current waiting times

Directions to the test station in the Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden


The quickest way to reach there is through the side entrance at the Pragerstraße stop. (Dr Külz-Ring / corner of Wallstraße). On the 1st floor at H&M, between the O2Shop and Segafredo Café.


Arrival by public transport


Directly accessible by tram lines 4,2,11,1,7,6,12 and bus lines 62, 75


Parking facilities


Parking garage in the building

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Result in 98% of cases within 24 – 36 hours after sample receipt

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Giving sample until 1pm. The result will come till midnight

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Result in 98% of cases within 24 – 36 hours after sample receipt

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Not suited for Travel – will not be accepted by any Airline or Government

Which test do i need?

There are various reasons for wanting to have a test for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus carried out. Perhaps you have had contact with an infected person, perhaps you are planning a family visit or a trip abroad. We offer various test options to meet your individual needs.

Antigen test

A rapid antigen test is the quick, safe method to determine if you have a corona infection. The tests we use are highly reliable with a specificity of 100% and a sensitivity of 98.5%. An acute infection with SARS-CoV-2, the corona virus, can be reliably detected within twenty minutes by taking a swab in the nasopharynx.


RT-PCR tests have a very high level of reliability and are recognized in almost all cases as evidence of a negative infection status. In addition to the nasopharyngeal swab, we also offer the relatively new gargle method, which the World Health Organization (WHO) equates in accuracy with the nasopharyngeal swab.

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