New entry regulation published: compulsory testing for commuters, free testing remains

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While commuters must be registered in the future and need a negative test result, there is basically no entry for citizens from the United Kingdom anymore. This applies as long as Great Britain is classified as a risk country.

Commuters will have to register and undergo a corona test in the future. This is according to the new entry regulations issued by the Ministry of Social Affairs on Wednesday afternoon. For other entrants, essentially everything will remain the same, except that they will need a negative test when they enter the country. The ten-day quarantine can now continue to be broken after five days by free testing after all.

The test for entry must be no more than 72 hours old. If necessary, it can also be made up in Austria within 24 hours.

Commuters must register
As for commuters, they have to register once a week like all other entrants. In addition, they have to carry an antigen or PCR test result that is not older than seven days. Importantly, only tests taken by qualified personnel will be accepted, i.e. no self-tests. Those commuters who come to Austria less than once a week must register before entering the country. The registration is obligatory from February 10, but February 7 is possible.

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