QUESTION: When do I have to wear a mouth and nose protection? ANSWER: From 15 September 2021:
Masks will only be required in Wherever mouth and nose protection is currently provided (shops for daily needs, public transport), a FFP2 mask will become compulsory.
Wearing a FFP2 mask will be obligatory for unvaccinated persons who have not recovered in all retail outlets, day care facilities for the elderly and disabled, and cultural institutions (museums, libraries, theatres, cinemas, etc.).
Question: 3-G-rule (Testing, Vaccination, Recovery): What will apply from 1 July 2021? Answer: From 1 July, the 3-G rule will apply in the following areas:
Hotel industry and accommodation
Recreational facilities (e. g. dance schools, animal parks)
Cultural establishments (except museums, libraries, libraries and archives) Sports facilities
Meetings (from one participant: more than 100 people)
Trade and public fairs, congresses
QUESTION: What are the requirements for a stay in an accommodation establishment? ANSWER: The following requirements apply since 19. 5. 2021 In pure accommodation (without gastronomy or services) an entrance test is sufficient for the entire stay. When catering (breakfast, other meals) or services (wellness) are offered, then catering rules apply. More
QUESTION: Which regulations apply to restaurants? ANSWER:
From 19 May all previous proofs are valid, in June also as certificates/QR codes in the digital green passport. For the purposes of the “3G rule” the following shall be considered as valid proofs:
Negative PCR test (3 days), negative antigen test (2 days), self-use antigen test with digital recording (1 day). On-site self-testing will also allow access. However, this test is only valid for this one visit and only at the plant. For children, school tests will also be considered as entrance tests. No test obligation for take-away or suppliers.
Can be proven by vaccination card, vaccination card or printout
secretion notification, antibody test, etc.
Since 22.07. the application of the 2-G rule (vaccinated or PCR-tested) in night catering establishments is in force. PCR tests for visitors to night catering establishments are offered free of charge to both locals and guests in the screening streets of the province (The nearest test street offering free PCR tests is in Schwaz - Stanser Au 1 car park of the former disco Mausefalle). Registration is possible at www.tiroltestet.at. In addition, free PCR testing is available at Tyrolean pharmacies for holders of an Austrian national insurance number.
QUESTION: What to consider when using the cable cars ANSWER: The cable cars also want to make their time on the mountain as safe as possible for their guests and employees and therefore take the Covid-19 protection measures very seriously. It is therefore requested to observe the code of conduct and to wear mouth-nose protection during the gondola and lift rides. Learn more
According to official regulations, you are now required to register and check-in when visiting a restaurant. Contact tracing is carried out throughout the entire Zillertal Valley by means of a contact tracing app, called "TRACY".
By simply scanning a QR code, the need for tedious form-filling is banished to the past. You only need to enter your contact details once, the first time you use the app. Visitors must also check-out again on leaving the restaurant.
Austria is using a system known as the "Three Gs" (genesen, geimpft, getestet – recovered, vaccinated, tested). Before entering many places, you have to provide proof that you have a negative test, have been vaccinated or have recovered from Coronavirus. There are several uncomplicated testing possibilities free of charge for holiday guests.
▲ FREE ON-SITE TESTING
Antigen self test with digital results
Anyone wanting to take advantage of the tourism and leisure opportunities or attend an event, but has not been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19, can now test themselves for COVID19 free of charge every single day - preferably as part of their morning routine.
The result of the antigen test is available after just a few minutes. The negative test result is then uploaded onto the www.selbsttest.tirol platform and the confirmation SMS or email is valid in Austria for 24 hours, permitting the bearer access to all amenities.
Overnight guests receive the self-tests daily from their host, free of charge. The test procedure is a simple nasal swab. Your host will be happy to assist, should you encounter difficulties with self-testing or the upload.
The test procedure is a simple nasal swab. In case of problems with the self-test or the upload, the host will be pleased to provide support.
Antigen self-tests with digital recording are only intended for use in Austria. If you need a negative test result for the return journey to your home country, a free antigen test can be done in one of the more than or under supervision.
Antigen & PCR test in an official drive through testing facility in Tyrol
Anyone wanting to visit a restaurant, use the leisure facilities in Tyrol or attend events, but has not been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19, can now be tested for COVID19 for FREE in one of the 40 drive through testing facilities in Tyrol.
The confirmation SMS or email is then valid in Austria for 48 hours / 72 hours, permitting the bearer access to all amenities.
Information on the nearest testing facility is available from your host.
Register for the test online under tiroltestet.leitstelle.tirol. Just enter the address of your holiday accommodation as your home address.
TEST CENTRE IN MAYRHOFEN (Antingtest): Sportclinic Mayrhofen Stillup claw 830 6290 Mayrhofen Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 08.00 to 12.00 hrs and 13.00 to 17.00 hrs To register
▲ PCR TEST TO CHARGE
at Steinbock Apotheke in Mayrhofen
at a price of € 69.00 (the PCR test is free of charge for holders of an Austrian national insurance number). Registration under T: +43 5285 62313 and
at the Europa Apotheke in Ramsau at a price of € 69.00 (the PCR test is free of charge for holders of an Austrian national insurance number). Registration under T: +43 5282 2189
QUESTION: How can I protect myself as best as possible under travel law when booking accommodation? ANSWER: We recommend taking out travel insurance for the coming season. Many of our accommodation providers offer Europäische Reiseversicherung (European Travel Insurance) when you make your reservation. This now covers Covid-19 illness, just like any other unexpected serious illness.
QUESTION: How does online ticketing work? ANSWER: Help to reduce crowding at the ticket desk by buying your lift pass, tickets for the outdoor swimming pools, paraglide flights,... online at myzillertal.app.
The European Commission has made an interactive map available on reopen.europe.eu which you can use to find out about applicable travel regulations and measures relating to services and health and safety in the EU member states. The data is updated weekly and is intended to make travel planning easier.
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