C Laterns-Gapfohl (c) Marvin Schenk - Vorarlberg Tourismus
Numerous European countries are currently recording rising corona case numbers – including Austria. Strict Corona measures are in place to contain the dynamic infection incidence. The 2G rule applies to gastronomy, accommodation, cable cars, shops (except food) and events with 25 or more persons. This means that only vaccinated or recovered people have access. FFP2 masks are mandatory in public indoor areas and outdoors, wherever the minimum distance of 2 metres from strangers cannot be maintained. For stays for urgent professional reasons, the 3G rule still applies. However, a 2-G certificate is required for the gastronomic facilities of the accommodation establishment. Adults and teenagers from the age of 12 require a 2G certificate in Austria. For not fully vaccinated or not recovered children and adolescents of school age from 12 to 15 years from Austria and abroad there is an exemption, the Holiday Ninja Pass.
Since December 20, 2021 stricter entry requirements apply. A 2G plus certificate is required for entry. Vaccinated and recovered persons additionally need a PCR test or proof of booster vaccination. Since December 25 the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and the United Kingdom are considered as virus variant states! Please inform yourself about the new entry requirements!