As of: 15/09/2021
SAFETY MEASURES AT A GLANCE
All hosts, restaurateurs and service providers in Paznaun have exercised responsibility, passion and commitment in taking measures to allow you carefree holidays! Our far-reaching valley with the townships of Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl, See and Pians offers plenty of space for unforgettable summer experiences. Spectacular scenic impressions, unrestricted freedom of movement and slowing down for body and mind guarantee new energy. Let’s look out for each other and observe the recommended safety measures, which you can find here on this page.
The most important points at a glance
- General rule: Recovered, tested, vaccinated as entry condition
- Mouth and nose protection / FFP2-mask mandatory where necessary
- Registration mandatory in restaurants and catering establishments
- Current entry requirements for Austria
General rule & validity period of tests
In all accommodations, culinary establishments, leisure facilities and at events, the following applies:
- Proof by means of immunisation passport, immunisation card or print-out
- From the second vaccination (must not be more than 360 days ago)
- As of the 22nd day after vaccination with vaccine requiring only one jab (must not be more than 270 days ago)
- For people who have already recovered and who have previously been vaccinated, the vaccination is valid for 360 days from the time of vaccination.
- Negative PCR-Test (validity: 72 hours)
- Negative antigen test from test centre, physician, pharmacy, etc. (validity: 24 hours); For foreign guests, antigen tests from a physician or the pharmacy are not free!
- Negative antigen test for self-administration (self-test), recorded in an official data processing system (validity 24 hours).
- Exempted from mandatory testing are children under 12 years of age To them, their parents’ status applies.
- Up to 6 months after end of the infection (proof: Isolation certificate, medical confirmation)
- Positive antibody test, no older than 3 months
Testing options in the region
In order to enter culinary establishments, accommodation providers, events and indoor leisure facilities, a negative Covid test or proof of vaccination or recovery are required until further notice. We’ll be happy to give you a summary of the testing options in our region here.
- Establishments that are registered as an “authorised location” with the Region of Tyrol, can verify the self-tests in their premises and transfer the results into the system. This test is valid for 24 hours. Guests will receive the test result via SMS or email.
- Establishments not registered as “authorised location” also offer free tests. These must be carried out by the guest him/herself and uploaded via selbsttest.tirol. The test result will be sent by SMS or email and is valid for 24 hours.
At the following four registered physicians in Paznaun, antigen tests (validity: 24h) are available:
Shopping & Rentals
- FFP2 masks required for everyone on essential businesses such as supermarkets, chemists, petrol stations, banks
- FFP2 masks required for unvaccinated individuals in non essential businesses such as clothing stores. However, wearing an FFP2 mask is also recommended for vaccinated individuals.
Health: What to do in case of illness?
In case of suspected COVID-19-infection:
- Please remain in your accommodation
- Hotline 1450 or call the doctor of the respective municipality
- Further information can also be found here!
General hygiene rules
WHAT WE ALL CAN DO
|Avoid shaking hands|
|Mouth and nose protection / FFP2 mask everywhere where it’s necessary|
|Wash your hands several times daily|
|Avoid putting your hands to the face|
|Sneeze/cough into your elbow or handkerchief|
|Stopp Corona App|
Despite the utmost care, we cannot provide any guarantee for completeness and accuracy. The communication channels of the Paznaun-Ischgl Tourism Association are in no way a substitute for official information channels or legal provisions. As the situation regarding travel advisories can change quickly, if necessary, please enquire with the your country’s Foreign Ministry regarding the currently applicable regulations.