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

Vaccination:

21.04.2022

In order to be able to attend social life; people have to be either vaccinated; recovered or tested. For people who had Covid-19: Until 6 months after they had COVID-19 they do not need to have PCR or antigen-tests. For proof; they have to show their quarantine document or their positive PCR result when tested positive. ; 01/07/2021 The rule applies in the following areas: gastronomy; hotel and lodging; leisure facilities ( e.g. dance schools; zoos); cultural establishments (with the exception of museums; libraries; libraries and archives); non-public sports facilities; meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people); trade and consumer fairs; congresses; coaches and excursion boats.; 20/12/2021: the entry rules to Austria are tightened. A valid 2-G certificate (vaccinated-recovered) and the additional PCR testing applies for entries from all countries.; 12/02/2022: The 2G rule does no longer apply in retail; museums; art galleries; libraries; etc.; 19/02/2022 In all essential settings in which the 2G rule previously applied; the 3G rule will apply: gastronomy and accommodation establishments; sports facilities; events; trade and public fairs; non-essential shops; excursion boats; buses; cable cars.; 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.; 24/03/2022 Indoor gatherings of 100 or more people in restaurants there is an “option” for the operator; i.e. mandatory masks or 3G control instead; 16/04/2022 3-G proof only has to be provided by visitors; employees and service providers in hospitals; old people’s and nursing homes and comparable settings.

21.04.2022

In order to be exempted from measures; a person has to be either vaccinated; recovered or tested. Vaccination proof: A person needs to be vaccinated with one of the EMA authorised vaccines and is exempted from NPIs from day 22 after receiving the vaccine.; 01/07/2021 The rule applies in the following areas: gastronomy; hotel and lodging; leisure facilities ( e.g. dance schools; zoos); cultural establishments (with the exception of museums; libraries; libraries and archives); non-public sports facilities; meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people); trade and consumer fairs; congresses and excursion boats.; 12/02/2022: The 2G rule does no longer apply in retail; museums; art galleries; libraries; etc.; 19/02/2022 In all essential settings in which the 2G rule previously applied; the 3G rule will apply: gastronomy and accommodation establishments; sports facilities; events; trade and public fairs; non-essential shops; excursion boats; buses; cable cars.; 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.; 24/03/2022 Indoor gatherings of 100 or more people in restaurants there is an “option” for the operator; i.e. mandatory masks or 3G control instead; 16/04/2022 3-G proof only has to be provided by visitors; employees and service providers in hospitals; old people’s and nursing homes and comparable settings.

21.04.2022

In order to be able to attend social life people have to be either vaccinated; healed or tested. PCR-tests are valid for 72 hours and antigen-test are valid for 48 hours. ; 01/07/2021 The rule applies in the following areas: gastronomy; body-hugging services; hotel and lodging; leisure facilities ( e.g. dance schools; zoos); cultural establishments (with the exception of museums; libraries; libraries and archives); non-public sports facilities; meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people); trade and consumer fairs; congresses; coaches and excursion boats.; 19/02/2022 In all essential settings in which the 2G rule previously applied; the 3G rule will apply: gastronomy and accommodation establishments; sports facilities; events; trade and public fairs; non-essential shops; excursion boats; buses; cable cars.; 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.; 24/03/2022 Indoor gatherings of 100 or more people in restaurants there is an “option” for the operator; i.e. mandatory masks or 3G control instead; 16/04/2022 3-G proof only has to be provided by visitors; employees and service providers in hospitals; old people’s and nursing homes and comparable settings.

11.04.2022

THIS COUNTRY IS READY TO CONNECT TO THE EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE GATEWAY

Proof of full vaccination, valid for 270 days after the primary vaccination series. All vaccines authorised by the European Medicines Agency and the World Health Organisation are accepted. Vaccines authorised by the WHO and a single dose of Janssen vaccine are accepted but not for national (internal) use.

31.05.2021

Vorarlberg has been the first federal state that has reopened bars; cafes; restaurants and entertainment venues. In order to have access to these premises/events customers have to provide a negative Antigen- result that is no older than 48 hours or a negative PCR result that is no older than 72 hours.