General information about Covid-19

Travel advice for your safe vacation in BRUCK FUSCH | GROSSGLOCKNER at a glance.

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COVID-19 - The current regulations

Even though Covid-19 continues to affect us globally, we are pleased with the relaxations by the federal government.
Here is an overview of the measures currently in force, which are taken seriously and implemented in the region: 

The most important at a glance

  • Trade, service providers as well as cultural and sports facilities are open.
    In the vital trade (e.g. pharmacies and food retail trade) masks are compulsory.

  • Gastronomy and hotels are open (no general closing time)
     
  • There is no restriction on access for night gastronomy
     
  • There is no access regulation for the use of mountain railways 
     
  • Masks are compulsory  only in highly vulnerable areas (e.g. hospitals), in public transport including bus stops and in vital trade (e.g. pharmacies and food retail).
     
  • For persons tested positive, the segregation is considered to be over from the 5th day of segregation if they are symptom-free for at least 48 hours. However, a traffic restriction applies for another 5 days. In order to obtain an early lifting of the traffic restriction, a free test can be carried out (negative PCR test or Ct value ≥ 30). If CT<30, traffic restriction must be continued until the end of the 5 days (or if a CT≥ 30 is reached before that). 

  • Traffic restriction:
    Wearing an FFP2 mask or higher when in contact with others, including within private residences,
    Avoiding large events, vulnerable settings and food service.
    Not entering establishments or engaging in activities where an FFP2 mask or MNS is not worn at all times (catering establishments, fitness clubs, etc.),

 

All information about testing opportunities in our region can be found here:

Testing Opportunities

Recovered? Vaccinated? Tested?

All information on the different G-proofs

2G

 

The following persons are considered vaccinated or recovered:

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    Convalescent: a certificate of segregation or medical confirmation of an infection that has occurred in the past six months (180 days) and has currently expired.
     

     

  • Vaccinated or recovered and vaccinated 2 times: proof of complete vaccination. Please note that the validity of second vaccinations will be reduced to 180 days from 1 February 2022. In order to be able to present a valid proof of 2G, a third vaccination is mandatory after this period.

  • Booster vaccination (3 vaccinations or recovery + 2 vaccinations) is still valid for 365 days (1 year). Persons who have received the third vaccination have a valid 2G certificate again as of this day.  

3G

Tested, Vaccinated or Recovered
 

Approved test:

PCR test: Validity 72 hours
Antigen test: If PCR tests are not available, rapid antigen test are valid for 24 hours

Children, young people and special arrangements

  • Children up to the age of 12 are exempt from the G proof requirement and do not have to show a test result.
     
  • There are special regulations for persons under 18 years of age:
    On the page of the responsible federal ministry you can find the passage that the validity of the second vaccination for young people under the age of 18 will be 210 days.

Entry into Austria is possible without restrictions

Return to Germany

  • A 3G certificate (vaccinated, recovered, tested) is required for entry into Germany.
  • Children under 12 years of age do not need any proof.

 

Links to detailed information

Regional information is provided by the state of Salzburg at: Corona Information Page of the Province of Salzburg. The Austrian Ministry of Health provides information on the current situation in Austria on its official corona virus information page, as does the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism. The Austrian Tourist Board has also prepared all important information clearly for you.

 

The health of our guests, employees and the population has absolute priority in these challenging times. We support the measures of the federal government to protect our fellow human beings in the best possible way.

 

We look forward to welcoming you soon in our beautiful region in the middle of the SalzburgerLand. 
Stay healthy!