If you are staying abroad and need information about the Corona measures on entering Austria, you should contact the responsible embassy in the country of residence.

If you are staying abroad and need information about the Corona measures on entering Austria, you should contact the responsible embassy in the country of residence.

Info: Austrians who are abroad and need information about the Corona measures on entering Austria should contact the responsible embassy in the country of residence. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is therefore responsible for this. The contact details of the Austrian representations worldwide are

here

retrievable. The 24-hour standby number can also be found on the embassy website. The Citizens’ Service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna is responsible: It can be reached around the clock every day on +43 190 115 – 4411.

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If Austrians currently want to return to Austria from abroad, the

corona

-Pandemic continues to be the general rule: presentation of a medical health certificate that is not older than four days and certifies freedom from Covid-19, or 14 days home quarantine after entry. With the neighboring states, the border controls have been relaxed.

You can read all the current information on the Corona crisis here

The general rule applies i.a. typically for all Austrian citizens who arrive at home by air from other parts of the world, and it is completely checked and monitored. Austrian citizens who land at an airport and want to stay here have to confirm this with a handwritten signature in the case of a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine, it says on the homepage of the Ministry of the Interior, citing a regulation by Health Minister Rudolf Anschober. If a test for SARS-CoV-2 is carried out during the quarantine and the result is negative, the quarantine can be ended.

As far as neighboring countries are concerned, two months after the introduction of the strict travel restrictions, only random checks have been carried out at the land borders with Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia since the weekend. On the Austrian side, however, the previous corona entry restrictions also apply at the borders with neighbors, but at least until May 31. Accordingly, you are only allowed to enter the country in the previous exceptional cases for work and commuter traffic, for family reasons worth considering (e.g. visiting your partner or a sick relative) and for caring for animals without the obligation to submit a current, negative corona test or home quarantine (http : //go.apa.at/ijlazmsj). “Random checks are carried out at the open crossings.123helpme Medical certificates are checked and, among other things, health checks can be made if the health authorities consider this to be necessary,” notes the Interior Ministry.

ITALY AND SLOVENIA:

Every vehicle will continue to be checked at the borders with Italy, one of the countries most severely affected by the pandemic in Europe. The same applies to Slovenia: Last week, Austria did not participate in a short-term opening of Slovenia to EU citizens because Italians could also have entered Austria via Slovenia via the open borders, for whom the entry restrictions (medical certificate or home quarantine) in Austria still apply . Slovenia then insisted on mutuality and backed down again when the border with Austria was opened. So far, there is no timetable for easing border controls with Italy and Slovenia.

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, LIECHTENSTEIN:

All border crossings to these three countries are now mutually open again – with random checks. The exceptions for trips to Germany have been extended: Austrians who own an allotment garden in neighboring Germany, like commuters, can now go there to look after the garden and back again without a medical certificate. Austria has agreed to completely open the border without controls with Germany and Switzerland from mid-June.

CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA, HUNGARY:

Austria is planning a coordinated joint opening of the border with the three countries in mid-June. On Monday evening, the Czech Republic announced a relaxation of the entry requirements from June 8th. Slovakia and Hungary have so far adhered to their strict entry regime. In contrast to Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, not all border crossings with these three neighboring countries are yet passable again because bilateral agreements have not yet been reached in all cases. Most of the crossings to Hungary are open, but Rechnitz-Bozsok and Strem-Pinkamindszent are still closed to traffic.

Info: Austrians who are abroad and need information about the Corona measures on entering Austria should contact the responsible embassy in the country of residence. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is therefore responsible for this. The contact details of the Austrian representations worldwide are

here

retrievable. The 24-hour standby number can also be found on the embassy website. The Citizens’ Service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna is responsible: It can be reached around the clock every day on +43 190 115 – 4411.

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If Austrians currently want to return to Austria from abroad, the

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-Pandemic continues to be the general rule: presentation of a medical health certificate that is not older than four days and certifies freedom from Covid-19, or 14 days home quarantine after entry. With the neighboring states, the border controls have been relaxed.

You can read all current information about the corona crisis here

The general rule applies i.a. typically for all Austrian citizens who arrive at home by air from other parts of the world, and it is completely checked and monitored. Austrian citizens who land at an airport and want to stay here have to confirm this with a handwritten signature in the case of a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine, it says on the homepage of the Ministry of the Interior, citing a regulation by Health Minister Rudolf Anschober. If a test for SARS-CoV-2 is carried out during the quarantine and the result is negative, the quarantine can be ended.

As far as neighboring countries are concerned, two months after the introduction of the strict travel restrictions, only random checks have been carried out at the land borders with Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia since the weekend. On the Austrian side, however, the previous corona entry restrictions also apply at the borders with neighbors, but at least until May 31. Accordingly, you are only allowed to enter the country in the previous exceptional cases for work and commuter traffic, for family reasons worth considering (e.g. visiting your partner or a sick relative) and for caring for animals without the obligation to submit a current, negative corona test or home quarantine (http : //go.apa.at/ijlazmsj). “Random checks are carried out at the open crossings. Medical certificates are checked and, among other things, health checks can be made if the health authorities consider this to be necessary,” notes the Ministry of the Interior.

ITALY AND SLOVENIA:

Every vehicle will continue to be checked at the borders with Italy, one of the countries most severely affected by the pandemic in Europe. The same applies to Slovenia: Last week, Austria did not participate in a short-term opening of Slovenia to EU citizens because Italians could also have entered Austria via Slovenia via the open borders, for whom the entry restrictions (medical certificate or home quarantine) in Austria still apply . Slovenia then insisted on mutuality and backed down again when the border with Austria was opened. So far, there is no timetable for easing border controls with Italy and Slovenia.

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, LIECHTENSTEIN:

All border crossings to these three countries are now mutually open again – with random checks. The exceptions for trips to Germany have been extended: Austrians who own an allotment garden in neighboring Germany, like commuters, can now go there to look after the garden and back again without a medical certificate. Austria has agreed to completely open the border without controls with Germany and Switzerland from mid-June.

CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA, HUNGARY:

Austria is planning a coordinated joint opening of the border with the three countries in mid-June. On Monday evening, the Czech Republic announced a relaxation of the entry requirements from June 8th. Slovakia and Hungary have so far adhered to their strict entry regime. In contrast to Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, not all border crossings with these three neighboring countries are yet passable again because bilateral agreements have not yet been reached in all cases. Most of the crossings to Hungary are open, but Rechnitz-Bozsok and Strem-Pinkamindszent are still closed to traffic.

Info: Austrians who are abroad and need information about the Corona measures on entering Austria should contact the responsible embassy in the country of residence. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is therefore responsible for this. The contact details of the Austrian representations worldwide are

here

retrievable. The 24-hour standby number can also be found on the embassy website. The Citizens’ Service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna is responsible: It can be reached around the clock every day on +43 190 115 – 4411.

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If Austrians currently want to return to Austria from abroad, the

corona

-Pandemic continues to be the general rule: presentation of a medical health certificate that is not older than four days and certifies freedom from Covid-19, or 14 days home quarantine after entry. With the neighboring states, the border controls have been relaxed.

You can read all the current information on the Corona crisis here

The general rule applies i.a. typically for all Austrian citizens who arrive at home by air from other parts of the world, and it is completely checked and monitored. Austrian citizens who land at an airport and want to stay here have to confirm this with a handwritten signature in the case of a 14-day self-monitored home quarantine, it says on the homepage of the Ministry of the Interior, citing a regulation by Health Minister Rudolf Anschober. If a test for SARS-CoV-2 is carried out during the quarantine and the result is negative, the quarantine can be ended.

As far as neighboring countries are concerned, two months after the introduction of the strict travel restrictions, only random checks have been carried out at the land borders with Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia since the weekend. On the Austrian side, however, the previous corona entry restrictions also apply at the borders with neighbors, but at least until May 31. Accordingly, you are only allowed to enter the country in the previous exceptional cases for work and commuter traffic, for family reasons worth considering (e.g. visiting your partner or a sick relative) and for caring for animals without the obligation to submit a current, negative corona test or home quarantine (http : //go.apa.at/ijlazmsj). “Random checks are carried out at the open crossings. Medical certificates are checked and, among other things, health checks can be made if the health authorities consider this to be necessary,” notes the Interior Ministry.

ITALY AND SLOVENIA:

Every vehicle will continue to be checked at the borders with Italy, one of the countries most severely affected by the pandemic in Europe. The same applies to Slovenia: Last week, Austria did not participate in a short-term opening of Slovenia to EU citizens because Italians could also have entered Austria via Slovenia via the open borders, for whom the entry restrictions (medical certificate or home quarantine) in Austria still apply . Slovenia then insisted on mutuality and backed down again when the border with Austria was opened. So far, there is no timetable for easing border controls with Italy and Slovenia.

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, LIECHTENSTEIN:

All border crossings to these three countries are now mutually open again – with random checks. The exceptions for trips to Germany have been extended: Austrians who own an allotment garden in neighboring Germany, like commuters, can now go there to look after the garden and back again without a medical certificate. Austria has agreed to completely open the border without controls with Germany and Switzerland from mid-June.

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