Info about Covid-19

Current information about arrival and stay

The current entry requirements to Austria can be found here.

For some countries, registration is required to enter Austria.

At the "check-in" in Austria the guest registration on the spot is currently valid as well as the 2G rule (convalescent, vaccinated).

Valid 2G proofs are:

  • No proof is required for children up to the age of 12.
    • From the age of 12, proof of 2G is required. For school-age children, the fully completed "Ninja Pass" is valid (also at weekends). The Ninja Pass is considered equivalent to the 2G certificate. After completion of the ninth school year, young people must also have 2G proof in order to be allowed to enter 2G settings. During holidays (school-free period), children and adolescents for whom the Austrian Ninja Pass is also valid can provide proof of 2G by means of a valid negative PCR test.
    • For children who are not of school age in Austria, the following applies: If they can consistently prove negative tests (of which at least 2 tests are PCR tests) during a calendar week, then this replaces a 2G detection. Thus, there must not be a single day without a negative test result. Compulsory schooling in this sense means: nine school years, starting on 1 September following the completion of the sixth year of life.
  • Proof of vaccination can be provided by immunization record, immunization card digital or a printout.
  • Recovery can be proven by means of a green passport or a segregation certificate (not older than 6 months).

Corona tests of any kind (PCR, antigen and antibody tests) are NOT allowed as entry detection anymore!

Details on the current measures and the measures in Styria. and the measures in Styria.

Measures for safe winter operations in Schladming-Dachstein.

Please inform yourself about the current regulations in your country of origin before your return journey.