En De
Total doses
given
20.1M
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

Schools/Univercity closure:

27.06.2022

Institutions are opened for children of parents who cannot take care of children at home (e.g. because they work in essential sectors). There will be a system of shifts for those pupils returning on 18 May and 3 June. Half the pupils of every class will be at school on Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday; the other half on Thursday and Friday. The halves will switch every week so that each pupil attends 5 days of school over a 14-period. Extra-curricular activities such as sport and music are currently suspended.

22.06.2022

Institutions are opened for children of parents who cannot take care of children at home; all other children are advised to stay at home (e.g. because they work in essential sectors); reopening for everyone will be decided on a provincial level; Vienna will open on 04.05.2020.

09.03.2022

Distance learning. This measure remains in place with the new lockdown regulations. Update on 7/12/2020: continued distance learning. ; 08/02/2021: it is allowed to reopen universities for in-house lectures. This has to follow strict rules and each university can decide individually to what extent they are allowing students to come in. Students have the possibility to get tested on a regular basis. Libraries; lecture halls and study zones are open again.; 28/02/2022: presence at university compulsory again.

05.08.2021

Insitutions are opened for children of parents who cannot take care of children at home (e.g. because they work in essential sectors). On the 24th April; Austria’s Minister of Education announced a road-map to incrementally reopening the country’s schools in three stages set a fortnight apart. On May 4th; students preparing for their final exams; both for the academic high-school diploma (Maturanten) and for vocational certificates and trade-orientated schools (Berufschulen) will be allowed back in to class. On June 3rd all other pupils will return to school. That will include older pupils at high-school grammars (Oberstufen in Gymnasien) who are not taking exams this years as well as all other pupils attending vocational schools and technical high schools (HTLs) and others. There will a system of shifts for those pupils returning on May 18th and June 3rd. Half the pupils of every class will be at schools on Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday; the other half on Thursday and Friday. The halves will switch every week so that each pupil attends 5 days school over a 14-period. Extra-curricular activities such as sport and music are currently suspended.

05.08.2021

Institutions are opened for children of parents who cannot take care of children at home (e.g. because they work in essential sectors). There will be a system of shifts for those pupils returning on 18 May and 3 June. Half the pupils of every class will be at school on Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday; the other half on Thursday and Friday. The halves will switch every week so that each pupil attends 5 days of school over a 14-period. Extra-curricular activities such as sport and music are currently suspended.

05.08.2021

Primary schools are closed and have to switch to distance learning. However; they remain open for those who are in need of special support and day-care and those who need assistance with learning.

05.08.2021

Distance learning. Schools remain open for those who need pedagogical support and supervision. It is strongly advised to not bring children to school. Distance learning from 07/01/2021. From 07/02 primary schools reopen again and person to person lesson are provided again.

05.08.2021

Kindergarten and daycare nurseries remain open for those in need.

18.05.2021

From 08/02 from FULL to PARTIAL: person to person lesson take place again; but in 2-day shifts; so students do not return fully to school. Regularly testing for students and FFFP for students aged 14 years and above. Lessons will take place in schools again; 5 days/week; students have to perform an antigen test every 2 days

15.02.2021

Distance learning from 3/11. This measure remains in place with the new lockdown regulations. Update 07/12//2020 continued distance learning until at least 07/02/2021.

08.09.2020

Universities will be continue to hold lectures only online; but exams will be possible. Update: University will re open for the winter semester 2020 and lectures will take place regularly. If the 'corona-traffic light' that has been implement will be on yellow; orange or red measures will be taken accordingly; which means if Vienna is a RED ZONE Unis will be shut again and lectures will be online whereas Unis in green zones will be open.

13.07.2020

Due to a regional cluster in Upper Austria all schools; kindergarten and daycare institutions were closed for the duratioan of one week in 5 districts: fünf Bezirken Linz-Stadt; Linz-Land; Wels Stadt; Wels-Land und Urfahr-Umgebung.

11.06.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 04 May 2020 to 31 December 2020

4 May: graduating classes go back to school 18 May: classes will join with an alternating shift system (primary school, secondary school class 5-10, vocational school) 03 June: remaining classes in alternating shifts

21.03.2020

Institutions are opened for children of parents who cannot take care of children at home; all other children are advised to stay at home (e.g. because they work in essential sectors); reopening for everyone will be decided on a provincial level; Vienna will open on 04.05.2020.

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