En De
Total doses
given
19.4M
People fully
vaccinated
6.6M
% Fully
vaccinated
74.26%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

Covid-19 Quarantine
Not required
16.08.2022

20/02/2020: Members of the household are principally classified as category 1 contacts and therefore also usually subjected to an official self-isolation order. If they come into contact with a suspected case; vaccinated persons can be classed as a contact person. For household members who are classified as category one contacts and cannot adhere to measures against infection (see Information for Contact Persons; quarantine of a duration of 14 days applies from the beginning of symptoms of the COVID-19 case or from the day on which the sample was taken in the case of asymptomatic SARSCoV-2 cases (=day 0); regardless of the occurrence of further cases in the same household. However; if protective measures against infection can be adhered to by the other household members during the isolation of the COVID-19 case; the duration of their quarantine is ten days from the last potentially contagious contact.; 01/08/2022: To be classified as a contact person there must have been contact with an infectious person during the infectious period:<2 m over a period of >15 minutes without wearing an FFP2 respirator. For those who are contacts they must test when they become aware of contact and 5 days after. They must wear an FFP2 respirator during this period but can go about their daily lives.

03.08.2022

28/02/2020: In case of a positive test result; the person is ordered into isolation either at home or in hospital (depending on severity) by the health authority for 14 days from the day of potential infection. Persons under isoaltion may not leave their place of quarantine and must avoid all social contact. Those hospitalized are only released home when they test negative 24 hours apart.; 8/01/2022: The current quarantine period for those who test positive for Covid-19 or who are contact cases will be shortened to five days after which there will be an option to end self-isolation testing negative.; 1/08/2022: must wear an FFP2 mask indoors and outdoors whenever social distancing is not possible. there are entry bans in hospitals; nursing and elderly care homes; childcare facilities; elementary schools and daycare centres. The restrictions are valid for a maximum of 10 days and as soon as there is a positive antigen test. But a negative PCR test (or PCR test with a CT value over 30 as shown in the laboratory results) allows people to leave the “traffic restrictions” after the fifth day.

27.07.2022

1/08/2022: must wear an FFP2 mask indoors and outdoors whenever social distancing is not possible. there are entry bans in hospitals; nursing and elderly care homes; childcare facilities; elementary schools and daycare centres. The restrictions are valid for a maximum of 10 days and as soon as there is a positive antigen test. But a negative PCR test (or PCR test with a CT value over 30 as shown in the laboratory results) allows people to leave the “traffic restrictions” after the fifth day.

05.07.2022

Quarantine for 14 days upon entry or a negative PCR test is mandatory; from 15 June travel restrictions to 31 European countries were lifted. Sweden; UK; Spain; Portugal; Serbia; Bosnia; Montenegro; North Macedonia; Kosovo; Albania; Moldavia; Belarus; Russia und Turkey are excluded. 30/06/2020 update travel warnings; UPDATE 08/07/2020 - Highest travel warnings for Romania; Bulgaria and Moldavia. People entering from those countries need to undergo a 14-day quarantine; Update 27/07: a negative PCR when coming from high risk areas is mandatory and should not be older than 72 hours; Austrian citizens have the possibilty to take the test within 48 hours after entering the country but must quarantine until the results are known; last Update 10/08 Spain mainland was added to the list again. Update 25/08 Croatia was added to the list. Update 20/10: regions of Portugal and France + 1 region in the Czech Republic were added to the list; 03.11 latest updates are available on website. From 19/12/2020 all travellers returning from a high risk country have to go into a 10 day quarantine. It is possible to get a PCR after 5 days. If this test is negative the quarantine can be ended earlier. New regulations for travellers have been introduced on 19/12/2020: All travellers from high risk countries need to quarantine for 10 days. It is possible to test out of quarantine from day 5 onwards. Update 15/01/2021: before entering the country an online registration has to be filled in (pre-travel-clearance - PCT).;01/07/2021 When entering from one of the risk countries; travellers must present a negative test; register and immediately start a 10-day quarantine. The quarantine ends with a negative test; but no earlier than the fifth day after entry.;03/08/2021 Travellers arriving by air from the Netherlands; Spain or Cyprus must carry proof of full immunization or a negative PCR test result.;12/12/2021 Travellers Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; Zimbabwe; South Africa must start immediately a ten-day quarantine. The quarantine can end if a further PCR test is carried out at the earliest on the fifth day after entry; the result of which must be negative. The day of entry is to be regarded as 'day zero'.;20/12/2021 Citizens and persons residing in Austria as well as EU / EEA citizens and persons residing or habitually residing in an EU / EEA country without valid 2-G proof are allowed to enter: Registration and mandatory quarantine for 10 days; free testing only from the 5th day.;25/12/2021 Persons without a PCR test or booster vaccination are subject to registration and must adhere to a home quarantine until a negative PCR test result is presented. People who have not yet been vaccinated or who have not recovered (i.e. without valid 2-G proof) are allowed to enter; but there is a registration obligation and mandatory quarantine for 10 days; free tests only from the 5th day.;22/02/2022 3-G (vaccinated; recovered or tested) – proof required when entering from all countries. If there is no 3-G proof upon entry; travellers must register and quarantine for ten days until they receive a negative test result.; 16/05/2022: entry restrictions are lifted.

16.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

•Countries and areas with a high epidemiological risk: Travellers entering from these states and territories are required to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or testing, complete the pre-travel clearance form, and self-isolate for 10 days (this period can be shortened with a negative test after 5 days at the earliest).

09.03.2022

There is a government endorsed app from the Red Cross that facilitates contact tracing. However; this app is completely voluntary.; 28/02/2022: app was discontinued.

01.03.2022

Quarantine for 14 days upon entry or a negative PCR test is mandatory; from 15 June travel restrictions to 31 European countries were lifted. Sweden; UK; Spain; Portugal; Serbia; Bosnia; Montenegro; North Macedonia; Kosovo; Albania; Moldavia; Belarus; Russia und Turkey are excluded. 30/06/2020 update travel warnings; UPDATE 08/07/2020 - Highest travel warnings for Romania; Bulgaria and Moldavia. People entering from those countries need to undergo a 14-day quarantine; Update 27/07: a negative PCR when coming from high risk areas is mandatory and should not be older than 72 hours; Austrian citizens have the possibilty to take the test within 48 hours after entering the country but must quarantine until the results are known; last Update 10/08 Spain mainland was added to the list again. Update 25/08 Croatia was added to the list. Update 20/10: regions of Portugal and France + 1 region in the Czech Republic were added to the list; 03.11 latest updates are available on website. From 19/12/2020 all travellers returning from a high risk country have to go into a 10 day quarantine. It is possible to get a PCR after 5 days. If this test is negative the quarantine can be ended earlier. New regulations for travellers have been introduced on 19/12/2020: All travellers from high risk countries need to quarantine for 10 days. It is possible to test out of quarantine from day 5 onwards. Update 15/01/2021: before entering the country an online registration has to be filled in (pre-travel-clearance - PCT).; 01/07/2021 When entering from one of the risk countries; travellers must present a negative test; register and immediately start a 10-day quarantine. The quarantine ends with a negative test; but no earlier than the fifth day after entry.; 03/08/2021 Travellers arriving by air from the Netherlands; Spain or Cyprus must carry proof of full immunization or a negative PCR test result.; 12/12/2021 Travellers Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; Zimbabwe; South Africa must start immediately a ten-day quarantine. The quarantine can end if a further PCR test is carried out at the earliest on the fifth day after entry; the result of which must be negative. The day of entry is to be regarded as 'day zero'.; 20/12/2021 Citizens and persons residing in Austria as well as EU / EEA citizens and persons residing or habitually residing in an EU / EEA country without valid 2-G proof are allowed to enter: Registration and mandatory quarantine for 10 days; free testing only from the 5th day.; 25/12/2021 Persons without a PCR test or booster vaccination are subject to registration and must adhere to a home quarantine until a negative PCR test result is presented. People who have not yet been vaccinated or who have not recovered (i.e. without valid 2-G proof) are allowed to enter; but there is a registration obligation and mandatory quarantine for 10 days; free tests only from the 5th day.; 22/02/2022 3-G (vaccinated; recovered or tested) – proof required when entering from all countries. If there is no 3-G proof upon entry; travellers must register and quarantine for ten days until they receive a negative test result.

09.09.2021

Quarantine for 14 days upon entry or a negative PCR test is mandatory; from 15 June travel restrictions to 31 European countries were lifted. Sweden; UK; Spain; Portugal; Serbia; Bosnia; Montenegro; North Macedonia; Kosovo; Albania; Moldavia; Belarus; Russia und Turkey are excluded. 30/06/2020 update travel warnings.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

Travel from countries with high infection rates

Travellers arriving from Croatia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Sweden and Cyprus, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea are not subject to the quarantine requirement if they either: are vaccinated;have recovered from COVID-19. If such proof cannot be provided, the person has to provide a negative test result or carry out a test within 24 hours after entry, and go into 10 days of quarantine. The quarantine can be ended from day 5 after entry (day of entry = 0) with a new negative test result.