Austria: 3-G on entry comes into force

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As of midnight, the 3-G rule generally applies to entry into Austria. In addition to PCR tests no more than 72 hours old, antigen tests taken no more than 24 hours ago are also permitted. Antigen tests for self-testing are excluded. Minors under the age of twelve do not need to provide 3-G evidence.

Special rules for commuters and school-age children were removed from the Covid 19 entry regulation in favor of the unified requirements. New virus variant areas are exempt from the 3-G law.

Entrants must show credible evidence that they have been outside these states or areas exclusively within the past ten days. Otherwise, registration and a ten-day quarantine are required. However, no regions are currently defined as virus variant areas.

  • source: ORF.at/agencies/picture: thestraittimes.com
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