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Travelling from Belfast International Airport
If you are travelling from the UK you will need to be able to produce evidence of a booster vaccine or a negative PCR test on arrival to Austria.
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Restaurants and bars can now open until midnight.
Bars will be open both indoors and outdoors and they will operate with table service.
The wearing of an FFP2 mask indoors is mandatory and proof of 2G+ status will be required. The QR code associated with your vaccination status in Ireland is sufficient.
A FFP2 mask must also be worn outdoors where a distance of 2 metres cannot be guaranteed.
From the 19th of February, Austria will apply the 3G rule, which means you can be either vaccinated, recovered or have a valid PCR test within the last 72hrs to gain access to restaurants, hotels, ski lifts and other indoor settings.
Children & Teenagers
Children aged 11 years and under are exempt from the 2-G rule.
Children aged 12 to 15 (12 or over, born on or after 1st September 2006)
- Vaccinated - Two-dose vaccinations are valid for 210 days.
- Unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated or have not recovered from covid - can apply for the ‘Holiday Ninja Pass’ which requires two negative PCR tests and one negative antigen over a one-week period.
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Austria currently do not require a passenger locator form to be completed.
You may be transitting through Germany, where entry requirements are the same as travelling to Austria. You are not required to complete the German online passenger locator form as detailed here.
Austrian Tourist Board
Department of Foreign Affairs