The general practitioner does not want to write me an e-request.
You do not need an e-Request for the POC antigen test. If you need a request for a PCR test because you have symptoms or you are at risk of being infected, the GP is obliged to write you an e-Request.
I want to get tested (POC antigen test), but I cannot come to the collection points.
POC antigen testing is not mandatory, therefore mobile teams do not operate. Therefore, it is necessary to schedule an appointment at the sampling points. If you are interested in voluntary antigen testing, you can also contact your GP, they may do POC antigen testing. The same applies to dentists, gynaecologists, etc. Look at the map and find the best place at one of your doctors.
My general practitioner is not available (vacation, illness, ...) and I need an e-Request.
You no longer need a GP to test with POC antigen tests. If you are looking for a PCR test request, GPs usually have a substitute GP. If you have just encountered a situation where your GP does not have a substitute GP, you can contact KHS. Unfortunately, they are now overloaded and it may take a while to contact them. However, they can also issue you an e-Request if you describe your situation - in case your GP was not available to you.
I think I suffer from Covid. Should I go for an antigen test or a PCR test? Or can I choose?
If you have symptoms of coronavirus disease or have been in risky contact with a positively tested person, contact your GP and follow his instructions. He will probably either invite you to his office for an antigen test or write you an e-Request for a PCR test.
Can I refuse to be tested?
You can refuse comprehensive preventive testing by antigen tests. If you are issued an e-Request by a GP - you have symptoms- you are in risky contact, it is your duty to attend the tests. In this case, it will be a PCR test, not an antigen test.
Mandatory testing of employees, self-employed, etc. has its specific rules. For more see POC antigen testing of employees.