Covid-19 information

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Covid 19 measures & regulations

Entry requirements for Austria

We can inform you about the new entry rules from Monday, December 20, 2021:

In order to curb the global spread of the Omikron variant, the entry rules to Austria are tightened.
A valid 2-G certificate and the additional PCR testing (2G +) for entries from all countries enables travel to be maintained.

– 2G + (vaccinated or recovered and PCR-tested) when entering from all countries

– Booster vaccination exempts from the PCR test

– 3G for commuters: stays inside

You need 3 vaccinations plus a PCR test from the following countries: Great Britain, Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway.

Persons with 2G detection but without a PCR test or booster vaccination must register and adhere to home quarantine until a negative PCR test result is presented.

Austrian citizens: people with residence in Austria as well as EU / EEA citizens and people with residence or habitual abode in an EU / EEA state without valid 2G proof are allowed to enter, but must register and a mandatory quarantine for 10 days to compete. Free testing with a negative PCR test is only possible from the 5th day.

No proof is required for children up to the age of 12. However, they must be registered together with their companions and go into quarantine if this also applies to the adult companions. The “Holiday Ninja Pass” is valid as proof of 2G for children of school age between 12 and 15 years.

_Registration

If registration is required before entering Austria, this must be carried out electronically no earlier than 72 hours prior to entry (Pre-Travel-Clearance – PTC). Here you can find the PTC registration form in German and English. The registration confirmation must be presented electronically or printed out during an inspection.

Policies for the hotel

WE ARE HAPPY TO COMBINE THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES AND GUIDELINES FOR YOU, VALID FROM 12/12/2021 UNTIL FURTHER INFORMATION:

Only those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered have access to our hotels and the Tauernstüberl restaurant.
There is an FFP2 mask requirement in all accessible areas.

Children up to the age of six are exempt from the mask requirement.
Children between the ages of six and 14 are allowed to wear mouth and nose protection instead of the FFP2 mask. An FFP2 mask must be worn from the age of 14.


PLEASE HAVE YOUR GREEN PASSPORT OR VACCINATION CERTIFICATE OR RECOVERY CERTIFICATE READY

Anyone who is vaccinated now has access to an additional PCR test for the next four weeks after the first bite, where 2G applies.

In the future, the vaccination will only be valid for nine months after full immunization in the Green Pass. So far the deadline has been one year. There is a transition period of three weeks. All those people who have received the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson will need a second dose from 3.1.2022 for a valid Green Passport

Vaccines that are not approved in the EU (e.g. Sputnik) are still not recognized, but there is a relief: Anyone who provides evidence of neutralizing antibodies (through vaccination or recovery) can already have the first vaccination with a Show approved vaccine as 2-G evidence.

A corona test pass of the schools (ninja pass) is valid for people who are subject to general compulsory schooling (9th grade), in the week in which the test intervals are complied with, also on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week as proof of 2G .

Up to December 6th, 1 stitch in combination with a valid PCR test is equivalent to 2G detection.

The vaccination certificates are valid from December 6th. no longer 12, but only 9 months from full immunization. The vaccination by Johnson & Johnson, which was originally designed as a single immunization, is only valid until January 3rd, unless it has been re-vaccinated.

Antibody tests are not valid evidence of a low epidemiological risk.
ALSO THE REGULATIONS OF THE AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT APPLY

Please note that other Corona regulations may apply to the cable cars.
You can find them here

Measures in the hotel

We protect you, please protect us too

Therefore we kindly ask you:

Cough and sneeze in the crook of your arm
or in a handkerchief

Wash and disinfect your hands regularly, we are already used to that.

The somewhat different greeting rituals:
e.g .: a friendly Grüß Gott or a friendly smile is essential in times like these
much more worth. You can smile with your eyes, despite the MNP.

The instructions of the staff must be followed.
We don’t want to come across as impolite.

This is what we do: