Quarantine requirement at government designated site.
Mandatory quarantine is in place for all arrivals from abroad for up to 21 days. You will need to complete quarantine in a state-run facility.
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.
Everyone arriving into the country is tested for COVID-19. Regardless of whether the test is positive or negative, all arrivals will be placed into quarantine for 21 days.
Anyone wishing to leave the country must present a negative test certificate signed by a doctor within 24 hours of intended travel.
On January 5; 2021: The Government announced new restrictions until January 17 due to the new COVID-19 mutation from the UK now also identified in Denmark. The restrictions include: • The general assembly ban is reduced from maximum 10 persons to maximum 5 persons • The previous exceptions from the assembly ban implying the possibility of up to 500 people if sitting at certain events (cultural; sports and conferences; etc.) are no longer in force. The restrictions; however; are still not covering usual work situations; exams; etc. requiring physical presence and people practicing professional sports. For outdoor funerals the limit...
Starting from 2021-04-06; students in upper secondary education can return with 50% physical attendance. Starting from 2021-05-21; educational institutions open for 100% attendance for the remaining students in youth and adult education and 50% attendance for students in higher education.
From 9 May; vaccinated individuals are exempt from different NPIs (i.e. contact restrictions; curfew; mandatory quarantine; contactless individual sport alone and they do not need a negative test proof to do shopping).
From 9 May; individuals who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection are exempt from different NPIs (i.e. contact restrictions; curfew; mandatory quarantine; contactless individual sport alone and they do not need a negative test proof to do shopping).
Exceptions to 14-day quarantine for people coming from certain countries: a) staying in Romania less than 3 days (72hours) & having a negative SARS-CoV2 test not older than 48h upon entry; b) people coming from these countries can exit 14 days quarantine after 10 days if no symptoms and negative SARS-CoV2 test performed on the 8th day of quarantine). Exception from quarantine apply also to some targeted type of travellers (see art 1 Decision 48) .Update 4/02/2021: Decision 6 from 4/02/2021: all travellers coming from yellow zone countries are obliged to present a negative SARS-CoV2 test done with maximum 72h...
06/03/2021 Decree establishes closure of non-essential shops in red zone. MoH declares region in red zone; non-essential shops required to close. ; 10/05/2021 MoH declares no more red zones active in the country as of last epidemiological update.
06/03/2021 MoH declares region in red zone; movement outside one's home is restricted to essential only. ; 10/05/2021 MoH declares no more red zones active in the country as of last epidemiological update.
As of 27/03/2021 Entertainment venues are closed on Orange and Red zones. Allowed to open in yellow zone. Region is in Orange or Red zone; entertainment venues remain close. ; 22/04/2021 Decree establishes opening of entertainment measures in yellow zone regions.
22/04/2021 Decree establishes new guidelines for restaurants and cafes. in Yellow region; operation allowed until 22:00 but only in outdoor seating area. Region is in red/orange zone; restaurants remain closed.
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
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.