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Visiting Vorarlberg safely

Holiday and Leisure

State of data: 13 may 2022

FFP2 masks are compulsory in public transport and in the shops selling essential goods (grocery shops, pharmacies). In indoor areas accessible to the public, wearing an FFP2 mask is recommended. For children from 6 to 14 years and pregnant women, a simple mouth-nose protection is sufficient. The distance and hygiene recommendations still apply.

 

 

Accommodation

  • Wearing an FFP2 masks is recommended in all publicly accessible indoor areas. Corona Prevention measures of the accomodation.

Gastronomy

  • Wearing an FFP2 masks is recommended in all publicly accessible indoor areas. Corona Prevention measures of the gastronomy.

Ski lifts & cable cars

  • Wearing an FFP2 masks is recommended in all publicly accessible indoor areas.

Leisure, Culture, Events

  • FFP2 mask recommendation in indoor areas.

Shops with essential goods, pharmacies, post offices, banks, petrol stations, …

  • FFP2 masks are mandatory.

Public Transport & taxis

  • FFP2 masks are mandatory.

Mask requirement for children and pregnant women: Children up to 6 years of age do not need a mask. For children from 6 to 14 years and pregnant women, a simple mouth-nose protection is sufficient.

 

Vaccinated – Recovered – Tested (G rules: Geimpft – Genesen – Getestet):
Information on validity

Vaccinated (1G):

  • From 1 February 2022, the validity period of a double vaccination is to be reduced to 180 days. The vaccination certificate of the under 18s is valid for 210 days.
  • For recovered people who have been vaccinated once, the vaccination proof is valid for 180 days from the date of vaccination.
  • After receiving another vaccination (3rd dose, booster) the validity is again 365 days.

Approved vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, Moderna, Novavax. Sinopharm and Sinovac are only valid for entry into Austria.
The digital EU-vaccination certificate, the yellow vaccination certificate, a vaccination card or a printout/PDF of the data from the e-vaccination certificate are considered as proof of vaccination.

Recovered (2G):

  • A certificate of segregation or a medical confirmation of an infection confirmed by molecular biology, for example, is considered as proof for 180 days.

Tested (3G):

  • An PCR test (72 hours) or antigen test (24 hours) are valid as proof of testing.
  • Children up to the age of 12 do not require testing or proof of 3G in Austria.