Covid-19: Current situation and measures

Austria - Tirol - Wilder Kaiser region

Travel formations for Great Britain: As of 25.12.2021, Austria classifies Great Britain, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands as virus variant areas. Travellers from these countries have to undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine upon entry. This does not apply to persons with booster vaccination (3rd vaccination) - they can enter the country with an additional, negative PCR test and do not have to undergo quarantine. For children, the entry measures don't change. Here, the 2G+ rule with the existing exceptions also applies to virus variant areas. For details on the entry regulations and the exceptions for children, please click here.

Restaurants, hotels, leisure facilities and shops are open. The so-called "2G rule" applies in all areas: access is only possible for vaccinated and recovered people. The 2G rule (VR) applies to children from the age of 12. For Austrian children, the Ninja Pass (proof of Corona testing at school) is also valid as 2G proof. During holiday periods or for children travelling to Austria, the so called "Holiday Ninja Pass" has been introduced. This pass is valid as 2G detection as long as the children can show at least 2 PCR tests per week and a valid, negative antigen test on all other days (antigen tests for children are valid for 48 hours). A detailed explanation and the Holiday Ninja Pass for download can be found here. For testing, we recommend the free PCR gargle tests. This regulation applies up to 15 years of age.

Attention: Persons who have only received one vaccination with the Johnson & Johnson / Janssen vaccine will no longer be considered fully vaccinated in Austria from 3 January 2022.

If you have received 2 vaccinations with another approved vaccine, you are considered fully vaccinated. The vaccination certificate is valid for a total of 270 days from the day of the second vaccination.

Entry regulations

Information about coronavirus testing facilities in the region

Test facilities
Test facilities

Over the past months, Tirol has massively expanded and professionalised its test facilities.

Everything you need to know about:
✔ Test sites and access tests
✔ Validity of the various tests
✔ Exemptions from the resting requirements

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Current facts and figures from Tirol and the region

Covid-19: the current situation in Tirol

All information about the current case numbers, seven-day incidence rates, travel warnings and transportation in Tirol at a glance.

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Confirmed Covid-19 cases in the Wilder Kaiser region

The current case numbers for the Wilder Kaiser region (Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll), updated continuously on the dashboard of the Tirol state government.

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Checklist for your holiday

How we protect ourselves and our fellow human beings

In general, the following rules apply

  • Keep distance betweeen you and people who do not live in the same household.
  • Wash your hands several times a day with soap and water for at least 30 seconds.
  • Sneezing or coughing: in the inside of your elbow or in a handkerchief
  • Don't shake hands and don't hug
  • Acting on your own responsibility

If I feel ill …

  • I stay at home/at my accommodation
  • I let my host know
  • I call the Austrian healthcare hotline at 1450 (available around the clock) In addition, residents and visitors of Tirol can use the website corona.leitstelle.tirol to register as a suspected case or contact person.
Safety concept
Safety concept

for your holiday planning

✔ entry requirements
✔ safety measures in Tirol
✔ information about planning your holiday

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