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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: 29 July 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.

3-G (vaccinated, recovered or tested) no longer required. 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. 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

MASK MANDATE LIFTED AS OF 1 June 2022

The mask mandate has been temporarily lifted for 3 months including essential stores and public transport.

FFP2 masks remain mandatory in:

  • Hospitals
  • Care and nursing homes
  • Health service providers
  • Renewed mask mandate possible if case numbers increase
  • Renewed mask mandate expected in autumn

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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Covid-19 case numbers
Visit this website to view current case numbers in Tirol by district.
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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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