Post-guide to COVID-19
Opening of the gastronomy / accommodation
- The 2-G rule applies in the hotel and restaurant:
- Presentation of a complete vaccination certificate or confirmation of a disease that has been passed ("proof of a low epidemiological risk"):
- Tests of any kind are no longer allowed as an admission authorization
2-G rule for vaccinated persons:
- Second vaccination, whereby this must not be longer than 270 days ago and at least 14 days must have elapsed between the first and second vaccination,
- 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),
- Vaccination, provided that a positive molecular biological test for SARS-CoV-2 or proof of neutralizing antibodies was available at least 21 days prior to vaccination, whereby the vaccination must not have taken place more than 270 days ago
- Weitere Impfung (Auffrischungsimpfung) – diese darf nicht länger als 270 Tage zurückliegen und zwischen der letzten Impfung müssen mind. 120 Tage (bzw. mind. 14 Tage im Fall von Impfungen, bei denen ursprünglich nur eine Impfung vorgesehen ist) verstrichen sein.
The following COVID-19 vaccines are currently licensed in the European Union (as of spring 2021):
- The vaccine Comirnaty from the manufacturer BioNTech/Pfizer is licensed from the age of 12 years.
- 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 from the manufacturer Janssen is approved from the age of 18 years.
Vaccines not licensed in Austria:
- Is the vaccine Sputnik
2-G rule for recovered persons:
- Recovery certificate of SARS-CoV-2 infection survived in the last 180 days or medical confirmation of SARS-CoV-2 infection survived in the last 180 days that has been confirmed by molecular biology; or
- Segregation notice, if issued for a person confirmed to have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the 180 days prior to the scheduled testing.
- In Austria, the wearing of an FFP2 mask is mandatory in public areas in hotels and restaurants as well as outdoors wherever a distance of less than two meters is possible, including in gondolas, museums, public transport, ski buses, museums, etc.
During the conumsation of food and beverages as well as while staying at the place of administration.
- Mandatory registration of guests in the restaurant and hotel.
You can also find a helpful guide on the website of the Federal Ministry of Tourism
Further information on entry requirements and similar issues can be found here
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