Coronavirus in Tirol: the most important questions and answers

Latest information at a glance:

See current requirements for people entering or returning from Tirol under "Travel Warnings" in the Dashboard below:


The following relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions will apply from 1 July 2021:

  • Persons entering Austria from a country with a low incidence of infections do not have to fill out a pre-travel clearance form anymore. However, they must provide prove that they have tested negative, have received a vaccination (more than 21 days ago), or have recovered from a past infection.
  • No mandatory closing time for restaurants anymore.
  • No more capacity restrictions in restaurants regarding the size of groups. The “Three Gs” rule still applies (geimpft, getestet, genesen – vaccinated, tested, recovered). 
  • The capacity of night clubs in which guests are predominantly not seated is limited to 75%. Only vaccinated persons or those with a negative PCR test result (not older than 72 hours) are allowed to enter night clubs.
  • No minimum distance applies anymore.
  • No more mask requirement in restaurants and bars, hotels, accommodation, or recreational facilities (neither FFP2 nor regular cloth masks). The “Three Gs” rule applies (geimpft, getestet, genesen – vaccinated, tested, recovered). You must continue to wear a face mask in indoor spaces, on public transport, in public spaces as well as customer areas of business premises.
  • No maximum capacity limits for cultural events.

The “Three Gs” rule applies (geimpft, getestet, genesen – vaccinated, tested, recovered) in the following areas:

  • When entering Austria
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Hotel and accomodation
  • Recreation facilities (e.g. zoos)
  • Events with more than 100 guests
  • Sport facilities

We do our very best to ensure the information provided here is as complete and up-to-date as possible. However, please be aware that we assume no liability in this respect. Information provided by Tirol Werbung does not in any way replace the official information provided by the authorities. As the situation regarding travel warnings can change quickly, we recommend contacting your home country's foreign office in order to receive the latest travel advice for Austria.

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