- Vaccination is valid from the day of the 2nd vaccination as evidence of a low epidemiological risk and is valid for 12 months.
- Vaccines where only one vaccination is scheduled are valid from the 22nd day after vaccination and are valid for 9 months from the day of vaccination.
- For recovered people who have been vaccinated once, the vaccination proof is valid for 12 months from the date of vaccination.
Approved vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer (2 doses), AstraZeneca (2 doses), Johnson & Johnson/Janssen (1 dose), Moderna (2 doses), Sinopharm (2 doses), Sinovac (2 doses).
- Those who have recovered are exempt from testing for 6 months after the end of the infection. A certificate of segregation or a medical confirmation of an infection confirmed by molecular biology, for example, is considered as proof.
- Evidence of neutralizing antibodies is valid for 3 months from the time of testing.
- Antigen self-tests with registration recorded in an official data processing system are valid for 24 hours from sample collection.
- Point-of-sale tests are valid for single entry into sports facilities, restaurants, hotels and events.
- Rapid antigen tests from an authorized site are valid 24 hours as entry tests for restaurants, hotels etc. (48 hours to entering the country).
- PCR tests are valid 72 hours from sample collection.
Attention: According to the national pandemic response 3-step plan (measures depend on the capacity of intensive care beds in hospitals), the validity of antigen self-tests as well as rapid antigen tests from an authorized body may be restricted or cancelled.
The requirement to present valid proof does not apply to children up to the age of 12.