This strict Corona rule applies from now on in Austria

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As of today, Austria has a strict entry regulation in place. In addition to the existing obligation to register and quarantine, entrants must also present a negative Corona test. The result must not be older than 72 hours.

If no result can be presented upon entry, a test must be carried out immediately, at the latest within 24 hours. The negative test result must be presented in the event of a check, whereby a check can be carried out anywhere on the spot, for example during a traffic check.

Tough rules also apply to commuters as of February 10. They must now register once a week and carry an antigen or PCR test result with them. This must not be older than seven days. Commuters who come to Austria less frequently than once a week must register before entering the country.

Commuters are persons who enter Austria at least once a month for professional or private reasons or for the purpose of education. Online registration for commuters is mandatory with immediate effect. In exceptional cases, a printed form can also be filled out and handed in at a checkpoint if online registration is not possible.

As before, entry without restrictions is possible under certain conditions – for example, in the case of unforeseeable reasons in the family circle that cannot be postponed and are particularly worthy of consideration, or if absolutely necessary medical services are required.

  • sources: sozialministerium.at and heute.at
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