NEW: Virus variant areas United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway
New rules for everyone arriving from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway. These countries will be classified as a virus variant region from 25 December in Austria. This means:
- People who are fully vaccinated (double jabbed) AND have received the 3rd booster jab can enter Austria with a negative PCR test (valid 48 hours). Children under the age of 12 are exempt (see below) and teenagers eligible for the Holiday Ninja Pass will be able to enter with a negative PCR test (valid 48 hours).
- Important additional information: Everyone else travelling from the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway needs to quarantine for 10 days upon arrival if they have not been fully vaccinated (2 x jabs) and had a third booster.
Everyone else entering Austria
Stricter entry regulations have been in force since 20.12.2021; a 2-G plus certificate is required for entry.
Vaccinated and recovered persons additionally need a PCR test – or proof of booster vaccination. This applies to entry from all countries except the virus variant areas (Annex 1). Persons without a PCR test or booster vaccination are subject to registration (pre-travel clearance) and they must observe immediate quarantine until a negative PCR test result is presented.
Find out more about Visiting Vorarlberg Safely here.
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