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Covid-19 information

The Achensee holiday region is working with all local accommodation providers and businesses to ensure that our community remains safe for visitors and residents. Visit the welcome.tirol website for up-to-date travel information. We ask everyone to respect and follow the government guidelines - together we can all do our part to have fun and stay safe! On this page, we have put together resources and FAQs on current safety protocols and preventive measures.

Last updated: 17 May 2022

3-G (vaccinated, recovered or tested) no longer required: Passengers arriving in Austria do not need to show proof of COVID vaccination, a negative COVID test, or a certificate of recovery from COVID. More information about entry requirements to Austria can be found at welcome.tirol.

The following entry requirements apply:

  • 3-G (vaccinated, recovered or tested). As a rule, COVID tests (antigen tests or PCR tests) may not be older than 48 hours at the time of entry.
  • Currently, no countries are classified as high-risk areas
  • Children under 12 years old are exempt from the 3-G requirement
  • No registration requirement
  • No quarantine for unvaccinated individuals or children under 12 years old

Click here for more information about entry requirements to Germany.

For those entering (returning) from the province of Tirol, the following regulations apply: Travellers are exempt from testing requirements at the time of entry, i.e. no antigen or PCR tests have to be presented. This exemption does not apply to entry by plane or long-distance bus travels. Click here for more information.

Government guidelines

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-G proof (vaccinated, recovered or tested) is only required by visitors, employees and service providers of hospitals, care and nursing homes, or similar facilities

MANDATORY MASK WEARING (ALL INDIVIDUALS AGED 6 YEARS AND OVER):

FFP2 masks are mandatory in indoor areas in

  • Hospitals, care and nursing homes, or similar facilities
  • Public transport including stops and taxis
  • Customer areas of essential stores
  • Administrative offices when dealing with public visitors
  • Establishments for the practice of religion, unless they are entered for the purpose of a religious gathering such as a mass
  • In all other places, there is still a recommendation to wear FFP2 masks in enclosed spaces.

LATE NIGHT HOSPITALITY

  • No curfews

EVENTS

  • 3-G proof (vaccinated, recovered or tested) no longer required.
  • There is still a recommendation to wear FFP2 masks in enclosed spaces.
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Testing & vaccination centres in the Achensee region

As of 1 April 2022, antigen tests for self-testing are only available for free with an Austrian e-card. PCR tests in Tirol are exclusively available via Tirol gurgelt (Tirol gargle tests). For both types of tests, a quota of 5 free PCR tests and 5 free antigen tests per person and per month will be made available. In addition, free Corona tests are still available for people with symptoms.

Pick up and drop off locations for PCR tests

Achenkirch:

Baguette, Obere Dorfstraße 229
SPAR, Oberautalstraße 75

Maurach: 

Baguette, Dorfstrasse 24
Spar, Dorfstraße 40

Wiesing: 

Baguette, Dorf 103

Visitors can schedule appointments for Covid-19 tests with the region’s general medical practitioners.

Same day PCR testing and results. Free for individuals showing symptoms with Austrian social insurance. For all other persons fees apply.

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday: from 07.30 to 13.30 & Saturday/Sunday: from 09.00 to 13.00
  • Address: Badweg 1, 6263 Fügen (above the Erlebnistherme Zillertal)

Appointments via www.infektiologie.tirol or via QR-code. Testing is also possible without appointment.

The campaign “Tirol gets vaccinated” allows all individuals who reside or work in Tirol to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with or without appointment.

Impfzentrum SZentrum Schwaz
Andreas Hofer Straße 10
6130 Schwaz

Dienstag von 15.30 Uhr bis 20.00 Uhr

Impfzentrum Wörgl
Innsbruckerstraße 64
6300 Wörgl

Wednesday 14.00 - 20.00
Friday 14.00 - 18.00
Saturday 9.00 -18.00

The following doctors provide Covid-19 vaccinations:

Dr. Stefan Hofmann 
Christlumsiedlung 118b
6215 Achenkirch
Tel.: +43 (5246) 6219

Dr. Thomas Waldhart
Christlumsiedlung 115
6215 Achenkirch
Tel.: +43 (5246) 20292

Dr. Gudrun Radacher
Dorf 19
6210 Wiesing
Tel.: +43 (5244) 62067

  • Vaccinations are available as long as the vaccine supply lasts (you have a choice over which COVID-19 vaccine you will receive), for the second vaccination you usually receive the same vaccine)
  • Available for all individuals who reside or work in Tirol
  • Bring your yellow vaccination card, your e-card and a valid photo ID as well as the completed information and documentation form (also for second vaccinations!).
  • For first vaccinations, the appointment for the second vaccination will be made directly on site (usually 28 days later; alternative appointments are available).
  • First vaccinations are also given to people who have already recovered (prerequisite: complete recovery and at least four weeks between positive PCR test result and vaccination).
  • Vaccination certificates for third vaccinations are valid for 365 days.
  • Get information in advance about possible side effects. Visit this website for more information.
The content on this page is provided for your information. Though we try our best, we cannot guarantee and do not warranty its accuracy or completeness. The communication channels of Achensee Tourism do not replace official information channels or legal guidelines.
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