Terms and Conditions of the App
- General information
- Nature and scope of service
- Registration and requirements
- Obligations of the user
- Information obligations.
- Blocking of access and termination
- Rights of use
- Data privacy and protection
- Warranty and Liability
- Final Provisions
These terms and conditions are machine-translated and not legally binding.
Translations of the German version of the terms and conditions serve to facilitate access to information. These translations are not legally binding; only the German version of the terms and conditions is legally valid.
Nature and scope of service
Vacuna is a health app for digitizing your vaccination card and for creating non-binding vaccination recommendations and reminders. For the time being, we explicitly do not offer any medical services, diagnoses or therapies of our own with Vacuna. Thus, the use of Vacuna cannot replace a traditional doctor's visit.
The range of services is generally available 24 hours a day. This does not include the times required to maintain the app and/or the servers, or to install security and software updates.
Access to the App is dependent on the technical conditions of the Internet. A permanent accessibility and retrievability can therefore not be guaranteed.
Registration and requirements
There is no legal claim to the use of the services of the provider. The provider is entitled to refuse registration without giving reasons.
The prerequisite for the proper use of the app is a mobile device that meets the technical requirements and an Internet data connection.
Obligations of the user
The user may only use the service offer of the provider appropriately. The user must keep the access data for using the app secret.
The user is obliged to provide all information required for the provision of the services correctly, comprehensively and truthfully.
The EU Commission provides an online platform (ODR platform) for the settlement of disputes between entrepreneurs and consumers. The ODR platform can be accessed at: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
Blocking of access and termination
The provider reserves the right, in the event of suspicion of improper use or material breach of contract, to investigate these occurrences, to take appropriate precautions and, in the event of justified suspicion, to block the User's access. If the suspicion can be dispelled, the blocking will be lifted again, otherwise the provider is entitled to an extraordinary right of termination.
The user may terminate the contract, unless otherwise agreed, for example as part of a paid service package, at any time by deleting the user account.
Rights of use
The App and the content and services provided therein are works protected by copyright and/or other proprietary rights and are owned by the provider.
To this extent, the provider grants the User, for the duration of the contractual use of the App, the non-transferable right to use the App and the content and services offered therein on the User's mobile device for the User's own, non-commercial purposes.
Data privacy and protection
Warranty and Liability
The provider has the right at any time to make changes to the app and the content and services offered therein, to develop them further or to discontinue them in whole or in part. Users have no right to use the content and/or services.
The provider does not warrant the accuracy, completeness, reliability, availability, suitability or timeliness of the content and services offered.
The provider has the right to change the terms and conditions at any time with effect for the future.
An intended change will be communicated by e-mail to the users who have registered. The respective amendment shall become effective unless the user objects within two weeks after the e-mail has been sent. The timely sending of the objection shall be decisive for compliance with the two-week period.
If the user objects to the change within the two-week period, the provider is entitled to terminate the contractual relationship as a whole extraordinarily without notice, without the user incurring any claims against the provider as a result.
Should individual provisions of these terms and conditions be invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. In this case, the parties shall cooperate to replace invalid provisions with such provisions that correspond to the invalid provisions as far as possible.