2-G-Restriktions (Adults & Kids)

The following applies: The 2G rule applies everywhere (vaccinated or recovered) and an FFP2 mask requirement indoors.

Children 12 years of age and older also require evidence of a low epidemiologic hazard wherever 2G evidence is required.

Evidence of a low epidemiological risk - depending on the "step plan" and therefore as an "entry test" are:

  1. Second vaccination, where this must not have occurred more than 270 days previously and at least 14 days must have elapsed between the first and second vaccinations,
  2. Vaccination from the 22nd day after vaccination for vaccines for which only one vaccination is planned, whereby this must not be longer than 270 days ago (Attention: Vaccination certificates for one dose with Janssen lose their validity with 03.01.2022. Therefore, a 2nd dose is required at the earliest 14 days after the 1st dose in order to continue to receive a valid vaccination certificate),
  3. Vaccination, provided that a positive molecular biology test for SARS-CoV-2 or evidence of neutralizing antibodies was available at least 21 days prior to vaccination, with no more than 270 days prior to vaccination.
  4. Further vaccination (booster vaccination) - this must have occurred no longer than 270 days ago and at least 120 days (or at least 14 days in the case of vaccinations where only one vaccination was originally scheduled) must have elapsed between the last vaccination.
  5. The following COVID-19 vaccines are currently licensed in the European Union (as of spring 2021):

    • Comirnaty vaccine from the manufacturer BioNTech/Pfizer is licensed for ages 12 and older.
    • The manufacturer Moderna's Spikevax vaccine is licensed for ages 12 and older.
    • The vaccine Vaxzevria from the manufacturer AstraZeneca is approved from the age of 18 years.
    • The vaccine COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen of the manufacturer Janssen is approved from the age of 18 years.
  6. Not licensed in Austria is the vaccine Sputnik.


Proof according to 3.1 or a:

  1. Recovery certificate of an infection with SARS-CoV-2 survived in the last 180 days or a medical confirmation of an infection with SARS-CoV-2 survived in the last 180 days, which has been confirmed by molecular biology; or
  2. Segregation notice, if issued for a person shown to be infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the 180 days prior to the scheduled testing.

 

Regulations for children

  • Children up to the age 12 do not require a proof of a low epidemiological risk. Therefore, in concert with the adjustment of the vaccination recommendation, proof of entry is not required for food service and lodging establishments.
  • Children age 12 and older require appropriate proof of low epidemiologic risk:
  • The 2.5-G rule (vaccinated, recovered or PCR test) applies for entry.
  • Analogous to the generally applicable framework conditions, 2-G proof is generally required, for example, for entry into accommodation, gastronomy, sports facilities, leisure facilities, ski lifts or at events.

    • However, for children of school age, the schools' "Ninja Pass" is equivalent to the 2-G proof:
      • If the test intervals during the week are adhered to according to the school regulations (a PCR test at least 2 times per week), the "Ninja Pass" is also valid as 2-G proof on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the respective week.

     

    • A special regulation is provided for the school-free period:
      •  For children of school age in Austria, who can also show a valid test proof during the school-free period from Monday to Friday (min. PCR test at least 2 times per week), this will continue to count as a 2-G proof.
      • All further details on this, in particular on documentation, are currently being worked out together with the Ministry of Health.
      • The validity period for antigen tests is 48 hours and for PCR tests 72 hours from sample collection.
      • This system should also apply to children (up to the age of 15) who travel to Austria and do not have a "Ninja Passport" during their entire stay.
      • If you have any further questions, we will be pleased to help you at the reception.

 

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