As a general rule for entry into Austria, the 3-G rule will be introduced on February 21. Excluded are new virus variant areas, which currently do not exist anyway. Until then, persons entering the country must be vaccinated or recovered and, in any case, PCR-tested (2-G-plus). The PCR test is waived for people with booster vaccination. For commuters, 3-G continues to apply.
People without a valid PCR test or booster must comply with a quarantine; people without valid 2-G proof may enter the country but must enter a mandatory quarantine for ten days, from which free testing is possible starting on the fifth day. Both groups must register. Pregnant women and persons who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons are exempt. They must present a medical certificate.
- source: ORF.at/
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