RULES GASTRONOMY & LODGING
From February 19, 2022 applies in Austria:
- 3G instead of 2G (applies to: Cable cars, gastronomy, accommodating businesses, body-related services).
The general FFP2 mask obligation in closed rooms continues to apply..
Travelling to Austria:
- Since 22.02. an entry to Austria is possible again with 3G (vaccinated, recovered, tested). Proof must be provided from the age of 12. PCR tests are valid for 72 hours and official antigen tests (no self-testing) for 24 hours.
FURTHER RELEASES FROM MARCH 5, 2022:
- No more proof of entry is required (G-rules are completely removed). Restaurants, hotels, trade, ski resorts are freely accessible again.
- However, when travelling to Austria, a 3G proof is required: vaccinated – recovered – tested.
Shortening the validity of vaccination certificates to 180 days – valid from 1.2.2022
In Austria, from 1 February 2022,
there is a change concerning the period of validity of vaccination certificates. Affected by this are persons who
- have received 2 vaccinations
- or one recovery + 1 vaccination so far
In future, the vaccination series described above will only be valid for 180 days
. These regulations apply equally to locals and holidaymakers and concern in particular the 2G status during the stay in Austria
For more information, see:
- After the 180 days, a third vaccination is required for continued validity and maintenance.
- The shortening of the validity of the vaccination certificate applies to all persons aged 12 and over.
- No change in the validity of vaccination certificates for travel to the country. For travelling to Austria, the validity of the second vaccination remains at 270 days.
What does 3G mean for our guests?
- VACCINATED (EMA-approved vaccine, valid from the 2nd vaccination – this must not be longer than 180 days or 270 days ago on entry) or
- RECOVERED (up to a maximum of 6 months after the illness).
- Evidence via neutralising antibodies is not valid here.
- For Johnson&Johnson, since 3.1.22: one-time vaccination is no longer valid for the stay in Austria.
- TESTED: PCR tests – valid for 72 hours or officially recognised antigen tests (no self-testing) – valid for 24 hours.
- For people who are not allowed to be vaccinated for health reasonsmust have a medical certificate ready.
- Guests who have been vaccinated twice and then falling ill with corona ist, are considered “boosted”.
Guests who do not fulfil the 3G status are unfortunately not allowed to be accommodated until 5.3.2022. This applies to adults and children from the age of 12.
- A FFP2 mask requirement applies in all accessible areas of the hotel. Children do not need to wear a mask until they are 6 years old. From the age of 6 until the age of 12, they need a tight-fitting mouth-nose protection and from the age of 12 an FFP2 mask.
Note: As the travel regulations are subject to constant change, we kindly ask you to check the websites of the Federal Ministry Republic of Austria Social Affairs, Health, Care and Cosumer Protection
, and of the Federal Ministry Republic of Austria European and International Affairs
. We would also like to remind you to inform yourself about possible conditions before your arrival.
As the entry requirements for the respective home countries of our guests are subject to constant change, we kindly ask you to check the website of the Austrian Federal Ministry
or the respective foreign offices in your home country.…to Germany
From Thursday 03.03.2022, 0:00 hrs, no countries or regions will be considered as Corona High Risk Areas for Germany.
This means that for entry into Germany from all countries 3G applies: Persons aged 6 years
and older need a negative test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. … to the Netherlands
Entry or return to the Netherlands is only possible with proof of vaccination or recovery. Quarantine is not required. Filling in the Health Declaration Form
is only necessary if arriving by plane.… to Switzerland
A stricter testing procedure applies for entry and return travel – also for vaccinated and recovered persons. In addition to a PCR test before entry, a second test (PCR test or rapid antigen test) must be carried out between the fourth and seventh day after entry. The test costs have to be paid by the persons entering the country. There is no quarantine
required. Of course, we are always available for questions and ask for your understanding that the answering of e-mails takes longer than usual due to this situation.