En De
Total doses
given
18.4M
People fully
vaccinated
6.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
73.26%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:

06.04.2022

17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods for 30 days.; 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.

01.03.2022

Border checks to Switzerland and Liechtenstein upon entry; entry is only allowed with a health certificate including a PCR test proofing that the person is SARS-CoV-2 negative. Residents must quarantine for 14d. Transit through the country without stopping is allowed. ; 18/03/2020 Additional to previously installed border checks; these checks now also apply to the borders to Germany; entry is only allowed with a health certificate including a PCR test proofing that the person is SARS-CoV-2 negative. Residents must quarantine for 14d. Transit through the country without stopping is allowed. ; 19/03/2020 Border checks to Slovenia and Hungary; entry is only allowed with a health certificate including a PCR test proofing that the person is SARS-CoV-2 negative. Transit through the country without stopping is allowed. ; 10/04/2020 Border checks to Czechia and Slovakia; entry is only allowed with a health certificate including a PCR test proofing that the person is SARS-CoV-2 negative. Transit through the country without stopping is allowed. ; 15/06/2020: Quarantine for 14 days upon entry or a negative PCR test is mandatory. Travel restrictions to 31 European countries were lifted. Sweden; UK; Spain; Portugal; Serbia; Bosnia; Montenegro; North Macedonia; Kosovo; Albania; Moldavia; Belarus; Russia and Turkey are excluded. ; 27/07/2021: a negative PCR when coming from high risk areas is mandatory and should not be older than 72 hours; Austrian citizens have the possibility to take the test within 48 hours after entering the country but must quarantine until the results are known. ; 01/07/2021 Entry into Austria from countries with low epidemiological risk (e.g. Greece; Croatia or Spain) is possible without registration and quarantine. However; registration for pre-travel clearance and testing within 24 hours of entry is mandatory. Entry from virus variant areas (Brazil; Great Britain; India; South Africa) is prohibited. However; when entering from one of the risk countries; these people must present a negative test; register and immediately start a ten-day quarantine.; 18/08/2021 Entry from all other countries; proof of vaccination; a PCR ; antigen or antibody test or confirmation of a survived infection must still be presented.; 22/11/2021 When entering the country; a 2.5 G (proof of a vaccination-proof of recovery-a separation notice that was issued for a proven infected person) certificate is generally required. Antigen and antibody tests lose their validity as evidence. Exceptions are: a) Commuters need a 3-G certificate: inside (work; school / study; family purposes; life partner); b) People who are subject to compulsory schooling (the ninja pass is valid as evidence of a low epidemiological risk).; 12/12/2021 Travellers from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; Zimbabwe; South Africa must present a negative molecular biological test result (PCR test); the sampling must not have taken place more than 72 hours ago.; 20/12/2021 In order to curb the global spread of the Omikron variant; the entry rules to Austria are tightened . A valid 2-G certificate and the additional PCR testing for entries from all countries is required.; 25/12/2021 Persons who are authorized to enter from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; Zimbabwe; South Africa must have pre-travel clearance OR proof of vaccination via a further dose (' booster ') and molecular biological test (e.g. PCR test ; not older than 48 hours); have a valid 2-G certificate; have negative molecular biological test (e.g. PCR test not older than 72 hours); or commence immediately a ten-day quarantine OR proof of vaccination via a further dose ('booster') and molecular biology test (e.g. PCR test; not older than 48 hours). Tavellers from all other countries must have a 2-G certificate (vaccinated or recovered) and a negative PCR-test; or a booster vaccination.; 22/02/2022 A general 3G rule will apply as a basic rule when entering Austria. The only exception to this is entry from virus variant areas. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from the 3-G proof requirement.

24.02.2022

Entry from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; Zimbabwe; South Africa is generally prohibited. Flights from these seven African countries will be banned from landing. Essentially; only Austrian citizens and people with a place of residence or habitual abode in Austria are allowed to enter the country. Entry for humanitarian reasons or in the urgent interest of the republic is also possible. There are also a few other exceptions.; 24/01/22: No countries are currently classified as virus variant areas; ban is lifted.

24.02.2022

09/03/20: Passenger planes coming from the following countries may not land: Popular Republic of China; Republic of Korea; Islamic Republic of Iran; Lombardy; Veneto; Emilia-Romagna; Marche and Piemont regions in Italy.; 16/03/20: Entry ban for travellers from Great Britain; Netherlands; Ukraine; Russia unless they have a medical certificate confirming no coronavirus infection and will self-quarantine for 14 days. Suspension of flights and trains from Switzerland; Spain; France.; 15/06/20: only applicable for Spain.; 20/06/20: Passenger planes coming from following countries may not land: Belarus; China; UK; Iran; Portugal; Russia; Sweden; Ukraine and the Italian region Lombardy.; 1/07/20: borders to Spain re open.; 15/07/20: borders re open.

16.02.2022

From December 12; 2021; stay-at-home orders for people from the age of 12 who do not have a 2-G certificate (vaccinated-recovered). These people are only allowed to leave their home under certain conditions (work; training; purchasing essential goods; etc.). People under the age of 12 are exempted from the exit restrictions and regulations. ; 21/01/2022: The lockdown for people without valid 2-G proof will be extended by a further 10 days (ie until January 31; 2022)

20.01.2022

Curfew form 10 pm to 5 am; this also applies to New Year's Eve.

14.01.2022

From November 15; 2021; all-day exit restrictions for people from the age of 12 who do not have a 2-G certificate (vaccinated-recovered). Vaccinated and convalescents are exempted from restrictions as much as possible. Children up to the age of 12 are exempt from the restrictions. Pregnant women are exempted from the 2-G rule and they can perform a PCR test instead. Some exceptions may apply; such as cover the necessary basic needs; care and help for people in need of support; health care; professional and educational purposes; stay outdoors for physical and mental relaxation; care of animals; exercising family rights and duties with close relatives and contact persons; perception of administrative or judicial processes that cannot be postponed; participation in elections provided by law; entering certain customer areas; covering basic religious needs; avoidance of an immediate danger to life; limb and property.

22.12.2021

22/11/2021 Exceptional reasons for leaving the private living area are: a) avoidance of an immediate danger to life; limb and property; b) care and help for people in need of support as well as the exercise of family rights and the fulfilment of family duties; c) covering the basic needs of daily life; d) professional and educational purposes; if necessary; e) stay outdoors for physical and mental relaxation; f) perception of administrative or judicial processes that cannot be postponed; g) participation in elections; h) entering certain customer areas; i) to attend certain meetings; such as funerals and demonstrations.

27.09.2021

From 26/12/2020 onwards the stay-at-home order applies throughout the day; People are allowed to leave the house for the following reasons: personal danger; support people in need of assistance; family obligations; for work and education if necessary; physical activities; and public appointments such as visits to court; government institutions; etc. that cannot be postponed. Extended to at least 7 February 2021.

27.09.2021

Curfew from 07/12/2020. People are allowed to leave the house for the following reasons: personal danger; support people in need of assistance; family obligations; for work and education if necessary; physical activities; and public appointments such as visits to court; government institutions; etc. that cannot be postponed. The house can be left between 06:00 and 20:00. Due to an additional lockdown; from 26/12 onwards the stay-at-home order applies throughout the day.

27.09.2021

Lockdown from 17/11/2020. People are allowed to leave the house for the following reasons: personal danger; support people in need of assistance; family obligations; for work and education if necessary; physical activities; and public appointments such as visits to court; government institutions; etc. that cannot be postponed.

05.08.2021

Homes can only be left for: urgent necessary professional activities; necessary purchases (groceries or medication); assisting other people; outside walks alone in the company of people living in the same household. Officials stated that those restrictions are being actively enforced by the police. A distance of 1m should always be kept.

31.05.2021

On 8 February the full stay-at-home order was replaced by a curfew applying from 20:00 to 06:00.

18.05.2021

Due to increasing case numbers; the Eastern part of Austria re-introduced another lockdown. The house can only be left for specific reasons.

18.05.2021

There are only a few districts excluded. Only a few exemptions for leaving Tyrol. A negative PCR (no older than 72 hours) or a negative Antigentest (no older than 48 hours) needed.

04.05.2021

Everyone above the age of 16 leaving those 2 municipalities have to present a negative PCR-result that is no older than 48 hours. Exceptions: transit. This applies for the districts Bad Hofgastein and Radstadt (district St. Johann im Pongau). On 15/03 this has been extended to the entire area of the Gasteinertal.

04.05.2021

Due to increasing case numbers; the Eastern part of Austria re-introduced another lockdown. The house can only be left for specific reasons.

04.05.2021

Everyone (above the age 10 years )leaving the district has to provide a negative PCR result no older than 48 hours. Exceptions: Transit

15.03.2021

Every person; that has been to the federal state Tyrol has to present a negative antigen or PCR test that is not older than 48 hours when entering the borders. This also includes commuters that are working in Tyrol. There are a few exceptions; such as persons who only transit through Tyrol or freight transport

16.11.2020

Curfew from 20pm to 6am. Exceptions are: helping people in need; family responsibilities; cover needs of daily life; work and education if necessary; going outside to maintain physical and mental health; such as walking; running; walking your dog;

20.10.2020

the transit through Kuchl is allowed without any stops in the municipality. The University of Applied Science is closed; restaurants are closed (exceptions hotels); visitor restrictions in care homes; people are only allowed to leave their houses for walks; doctors visits; going to schools and doing grocieries)

02.10.2020

National movement restrictions: Free

Restrictive measures mandatory between 21 September 2020 to 31 December 2020

Use of masks is obligatory basically in all closed areas as well as crowded open areas of markets, trade fairs or open air restaurants when not seated. Free movement allowed given the obligatory protection measures (1 meter inter-personal distance, use of masks, etc.). Hotel can open with restrictions for national tourism.

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 28 September 2020 to 31 December 2020

Since 28 September the following countries can enter without test certificate and/or quarantaine: Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France (with the exception of Île-de-France (Paris), Cote d'Azur, Provence-Alpes), Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Canada, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (with the exception of Lisbon and Norte), Republic of Korea, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (only the Canary Islands), Czech Republic (with the exception of Prague), Hungary, Uruguay, Vatican, United Kingdom and Cyprus.

02.06.2020

On March 16; local authorities placed five regions in Tyrol under mandatory quarantine. It was the first state to report cases of the new coronavirus in Austria and became the region with the highest number of cases. ; On March 19; all communities in Tyrol were placed under complete quarantine as well as a few regions in Vorarlberg and Salzburg (as of March 18). The restrictions on movement are much stricter than the national lockdown introduced days earlier: people are not allowed to enter or leave quarantine regions except for meeting of basic needs or for work. ; Since April 7; the quarantine was lifted and since then Tyrol has been subject to the same regulations as the rest of Austria concerning freedom of movement.

03.04.2020

Persons coming from Italy may entry Austria with a medical certificate. Without a stop inAustria it is allowed to travel through.

26.03.2020

Austrians asked to limit social contacts and reduce their social life for a few weeks. There are very few exceptions to leave the house: work; basic needs; to help persons in need; to go outside for a walk or sport (but only alone or household members).

21.03.2020

Entry Screening at Vienna Airport for passengers on direct flights from China.