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Safety measures Corona/Covid-19

For your safety (last update 10.06.2021)

Dear guests,

health is an absolute priority in these challenging times. That is why we do everything to make your stay safe. We welcome you - without a hug or handshake, but with a lot of warmth. You will feel our smile - also with the mouth and nose protection. And we keep our distance - as the greatest expression of appreciation.

And in order to plan, book and look forward to your summer vacation without worries, we offer you the possibility of flexible cancellation conditions with
our Carefree-Booking-Campaign for the summer.

We are capitalizing on these and many other measures in these times. For you and us. Together, we will do it!

What should you watch out for regarding Corona during your vacation?

Our hosts and service providers are fully informed and have taken measures to make your stay safe. But we also ask you to contribute to the security in the region with your behavior.

Below you will find all the information on the current regulations.

In general

  • Keep a distance of at least 1 meter from strangers.
  • A FFP2 mask is obligatory in shops, restaurants, all closed and public areas and public transport and if you can not keep the distance.
  • Avoid body contact and wash hands several times a day and disinfect well.
  • Sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief.
  • If you suspect an infection, call health number 1450.

Safe hospitality

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The federal government and the federal states are taking extensive measures to support tourism and to position our destination as a safe holiday destination. Your health has been our top concern since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic (Sars-CoV-2 pandemic).

www.vorarlberg.travel/en/visiting-safely
www.sichere-gastfreundschaft.at (German only)

Health

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If you suspect an infection, call health number 1450.

Vorarlberg has sufficient test capacities. You as a guest also have the option at any time to be tested without symptoms (details to the testing options you will find below). For more information please ask your host.

Exit & entry regulations

Quarantine regulations will apply according to the ECDC map for risk areas:

Green/Yellow/Orange: free entry.
Red: no quarantine if people are tested, vaccinated or recovered.
Dark red: entry only for tested, recovered or vaccinated and quarantine (free testing after 5 days).

Proofs, registration & important tips:

  • Entry for tested, vaccinated or recovered persons. Details can be found in the next point.
  • We recommend to organize a Corona test shortly before departure (if you are not already vaccinated or recovered).
  • If the test is positive before departure, the free Corona cancellation insurance of Vorarlberg Tourism also applies. Every trip to Vorarlberg is automatically insured in summer 2021. You can find more information here.
  • Please register when crossing the border before starting your trip here: Pre-Travel Clearance
  • Inform yourself in time about the most important regulations in Vorarlberg.

Thus, entry from countries with a 14-day incidence of less than 500 (or 7-day incidence of 250) that is not a virus mutation area will be possible without quarantine. Further facilitation is to follow from 01/07/2021.

As for the return travel we kindly ask you to check the individual regulations of your country of origin.

Helpful links:
Interactive travel plan: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/
Foreign Ministry Austria: https://www.bmeia.gv.at/
Germany: www.auswaertiges-amt.de
Switzerland: www.bag.admin.ch

"Tested, Vaccinated or Recovered" & the Green Passport

The following credentials will authorize entry to restaurants, tourism- and recreation establishments and events:

Tested (Authority-approved negative test results for the specified time period):

  • Proof from an authorized body of a negative PCR test result (validity: 72 hours).
  • Proof from an authorized body (test lane, pharmacy, etc.) of a negative result of an antigen test (validity: 48 hours).
  • Evidence of an antigen test for self-testing recorded in an official data processing system (validity: 24 hours).
  • Self-testing under supervision at a facility, but valid only for the duration of the individual stay/access.
  • School tests will also be recognized as entry tests in the future.

Proof of vaccination:

  • First vaccination counts as proof beginning on day 22 and then counts as proof for three months from the date of vaccination for entry purposes, or nine months if you already had COVID-19 21 days prior to the first vaccination.
  • Second vaccination is valid as proof for nine months from the initial vaccination.
  • For vaccinations where only one vaccination is scheduled, it counts as proof beginning on day 22, and then counts as proof for nine months from vaccination for admissions.

Recovery:

  • Certificate of segregation if issued for a person who has been shown to be ill with SARS-CoV-2 in the six months prior to the scheduled testing.
  • Physician confirmation of molecularly confirmed infection that has occurred in the last six months and is currently expired.
  • Proof of neutralizing antibodies (antibody test), which must not be older than three months.

Green passport

From June/ July, additional digital detection variants will be used in Austria to support the continuous opening steps. As soon as all the legal requirements have been met that are needed for uniform, data protection-compliant digital proofs that meet all EU specifications, valid proofs in Austria can be provided with an individual QR code.

• With the creation of these certificates, the Green Passport goes into implementation in Austria.
• The use of the digital Green Passport will be voluntary. Certificates can either be retrieved digitally or presented in analog form as before.

Connection to European interfaces is planned.

In order to ensure the verifiability of the corresponding certificates throughout the EU, a so-called gateway is being developed. This will provide a technical interface between the certificates issued at national level and thus enable interoperability in real time.
real time. As soon as the EU regulation comes into force, the "green passport" can be used as proof of entry in the countries concerned. As things stand, the Green Passport should be valid in all EU member states as well as the entire EEA area and Switzerland. Which facilitations for vaccinated, tested or recovered persons are associated with a certificate in the respective country depends on the epidemiological situation and is decided by each member state itself.

Accommodation

Please note the following regulations for your stay:

  • FFP2 mask in general areas.
  • Admission for tested, vaccinated and recovered persons (details see above).
  • Registration obligation
  • A minimum distance of 1 meter applies.
  • In the pure accommodation (without gastronomy or service) an entry test is sufficient for the entire stay.
  • If catering is offered (breakfast, other meals, hotelbar etc.) is offered, gastronomy rules apply.
  • The regulations for the wellness-business are analogoue to wellness-leisure facilities.
  • Each accommodation facility must draw up a prevention concept and appoint a COVID 19 officer.
  • The same rules apply to hotel gastronomy as to gastronomy in general (incl. closing time at 24:00).

Gastronomy

We are also looking forward to pamper you again with culinary delights!

Please note the following regulations for your visit:

  • FFP2 mask with the exception of the assigned seat.
  • Admission for those who have been tested, vaccinated and recovered (details see above).
  • Registration obligation for stay longer than 15 minutes (does not apply for take-away or delivery service).
  • A group of guests may include a maximum of 8 adults (plus children) indoors and a maximum of 16 adults outdoors (plus children).
  • A minimum distance of 1 meter must be kept between the persons of other tables.
  • In closed rooms, consumption may only take place in a seated position.
  • Consumption at the serving point (bar) is not allowed.
  • Self-service buffets may be operated under hygiene conditions.
  • Every catering establishment must draw up a prevention concept and appoint a COVID 19 officer.
  • Employees with customer contact must wear FFP2 masks (basic mouth-nose protection if tested, vaccinated or recovered).
  • Closing time is at 24:00.

Public transport & mountain railways

The following regulations apply to mountain railroads and public transport:

  • Minimum distance and FFP2 mask obligation apply in public transport, closed cable car cabins and in shipping.
  • FFP2 masks are mandatory in the access and approach area as well as in closed gondolas, cabins and coverable chairlifts.
  • No proof of vaccination, test or survived illness is required.
  • Cable cars may only be used with a maximum of 75% of the transport capacity (This does not apply if only persons from the same household are transported).
  • An overview of all measures taken by Austrian cable cars can be found here. (German only)
  • If possible, pay contactless. In some cases, automatic pay stations are available and tickets can be booked in advance contactless in the online store.
  • The regulations for mountain gastronomy are identical to the regulations for gastronomy in the valley (see above).

Free time activities

Recreational facilities (climbing gardens, golf courts, etc.) may reopen under certain conditions.

Please note the following regulations for this:

  • FFP2 mask, registration obligation
  • Admission (for indoor facilities) for tested, vaccinated and recovered persons (details see above)
  • For indoor facilities, baths and spas, an area of 10 m² must be available per guest in the respective enclosed space.
  • A distance of 1 meter must be maintained or special protective devices (plexiglass).
  • For rides (e.g. carousel), there must be an empty seat between visitors. Customer registration is not required.
  • No registration necessary, if mainly outdoors (e.g. zoo)
  • Every leisure facility must draw up a prevention concept and appoint a COVID 19 officer.
  • Closing time is 24:00.

Sports

The following regulations apply:

Indoor sports facilities:

  • FFP2 mask in general areas (e.g., at the reception desk, in the locker room).
  • Admission for tested, vaccinated and recovered persons (for proof see in the point "Entry requirements")
  • Registration obligation
  • A distance of 1 meter must be maintained.
  • An area of 10 m² must be available per person.
  • There is no obligation to wear a mask during sports activities and the distance rule can be undercut for a short time in the case of contact sports. Thus, contact sports such as soccer are allowed again.

Outdoor sports facilities:

  • Sports are permitted in team sizes customary to the sport.
  • A current test must be presented for contact and team sports.

All Sports Facilities:

  • Each sports facility (indoor and outdoor) must develop a prevention plan and appoint a COVID-19 officer.
  • The event regulations (notification/permit requirement) apply to any spectators at sports venues, but not to the sporting activity itself.
  • Closing time is 24:00.

Amateur sports in public areas may take place in groups of the usual size for the type of sport, but no more than 10 people.

Events, fairs, congresses, cinema

Events will be possible again under certain conditions.

Please observe the following regulations for this:

  • FFP2 mask
  • With assigned seating: Indoor max 1.500 people, outdoor max 3.000.
  • Without assigned seating: Indoor and outdoor max 50 persons.
  • Maximum occupancy must not exceed 75%.
  • Minimum distance of 1 meter or leave seating space in between.
  • Minimum distance of 1 meter outside an assigned seating area.
  • Registration mandatory for stays longer than 15 minutes.
  • Entrance tests obligatory (tested, vaccinated, recovered; details see above).
  • Catering only seated (therefore no weddings).
  • Obligation to register from 11 persons, permit from 51 persons.
  • Vacation camps possible up to 20 persons.
  • For fairs the same rules apply, but without upper limit for participants, but at least 10 m² per guest.
  • Rules for event catering are analogous to gastronomy (no catering at events without assigned seating).
  • Each organizer must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID 19 officer.
  • Closing time is at 24:00.

Test options

Rapid antigen tests

Rapid antigen tests can be carried out in numerous testing stations in the whole country. Below you find a list of stations, which can be used for free from our guests.

Testing stations for guests (German only)

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