Due to the decreasing number of cases, the Austrian federal government has determined further relaxations of the corona measures.
Since Saturday, 16.04.2022, the FFP2 mask is only valid in special situations. The 3-G rule only applies to entry, but not during the stay.
In detail this means:
Please find details on: Portal Federal Ministry Republic of Austria and the Official Travel Portal for Austria.
The presentation of current measures serves as information for the public and is updated regularly.
It declaration is not legally binding and subject to change.
Register online on "My Novatium", pick up your PCR gargle test, do the test at home, hand in your gargle test at the supermarket, receive the test result by E-Mail. The PCR-test can be performed by all (online registered) persons who have a residence address (address of accommodation or place of work) in the Tyrol. Find details for online registration and further information here.
In addition to the PCR gargle tests, numerous screening and test stations are still available throughout the Tyrol. Find more detailed information here.
- SPAR | Alpbach 785 (also open on Sundays from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.)
- SPAR | Brandenberg 68c
- SPAR | Ausserdorf 1a
- SPAR | Innsbrucker Straße 53 (Bistro: open Sunday from 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.)
- Baguette | Niederfeldweg 9e (also open on Sunday from 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.)
- Baguette | Amerling 5
- SPAR | Zentrum 32
- SPAR | Biochemiestrasse 70
- Baguette | Dr.-Hans-Bachmann-Strasse 46
- SPAR | Dorf 499
- miniM | Dorfstraße 92
Reith im Alpbachtal
- Baguette | Reither Anger 4a
Until the end of March, the comprehensive testing facilities remain free of charge.
As from April access to Corona tests in Austria will be target-oriented.
Access to free Corona tests will continue to be provided:
As of 01st April 2022, a specific quota of free Corona tests will be placed at people’s disposal in Austria:
The link to the online registration is available on the www.tiroltestet.at or www.tirol.gv.at/tirolgurgelt Websites. In addition, further information and step-by-step instructions can also be found there.
If you have any questions, the government hotline is also available by phone: 0800 80 80 30.
For a direct online registration on "My Novatium", click here.
The application for registration is available in German and English.
Please note that not only the Austrian regulations are decisive, but also the regulations in your home country.
It is best to find out about the regulations from the respective authorities.
The information provided here has been carefully researched. Further details on entry, current exceptions, etc. can be found in the comprehensive list of FAQs on the Federal Ministry Republic of Austria Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection Website.