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Covid-19: Situation & measures in the Region Seefeld

Really good perspectives: A holiday in the Region Seefeld is possible again

  • Flexible cancellation conditions
  • Uncomplicated testing facilities directly in Seefeld
  • Best health care by five established physicians, three pharmacies and three hospitals in direct proximity
  • Located just over the German border and only and two hours from Switzerland
  • Comprehensive hygiene concepts in the tourism enterprises
  • On average up to three soccer fields of space for each person in the region

 

Current rules

Last update: 27 May 2022

Good News


As of 1st June 2022, the 3G rule (proof of complete vaccination, proof of recovery or PCR/antigen test) no longer applies when returning to or entering Germany.

Valid 3G proof for entry is now only required until 31.5.2022 (for all persons over 12 years of age). The new amended entry regulation is valid in the first instance until 31.8.2022.

  • Compulsory masks: From 1.6.2022, FFP2 masks are no longer compulsory in establishments providing essential services or on public transport. This regulation is valid in the first instance for 3 months. FFP2 masks are still compulsory in the healthcare sector.
  • 3G regulation: This is now only required for visitors and staff in hospitals, old people’s homes and nursing homes.

Screening-Station Corona test, © Region Seefeld

Corona Tests

Our regional doctors offer PCR and antigen tests, which are also recognised in case of compulsory testing on return at the respective border crossing

TO THE TEST POSSIBILITIES
News about the Corona virus, © Tirol Werbung

From vacation planning to departure

Are you planning your vacation in the Region? Your vacation experience should be as safe as possible despite Covid-19. All relevant information & behavior for Tyrol can be found here.

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ENTRY INFORMATION

THINGS TO KNOW WHEN TRAVELING TO THE REGION SEEFELD

WHAT IS IMPORTANT WHEN ENTERING AUSTRIA?

  • HERE to the Austrian entry regulation

WHAT IS IMPORTANT ON DEPARTURE?

The return travel regulations always depend on the country of origin. HERE you will find further information on testing and quarantine regulations for travellers returning from Tyrol or Austria.
Below is an overview of some of them:

  • Return journey of Austrian guests: From the Region Seefeld, guests can return to their Austrian home town without any conditions.
  • Return journey to Switzerland/Liechtenstein: No proof is required for the return journey from Tyrol to Switzerland/Liechtenstein.
  • Return journey to Germany:
    As of 1st June 2022, the 3G rule (proof of complete vaccination, proof of recovery or PCR/antigen test) no longer applies when returning to or entering Germany.
    Valid 3G proof for entry is now only required until 31.5.2022, for all persons over 12 years of age (proof of complete vaccination min. 14 days, max. 9 months old or proof of recovery min. 28 days, max. 3 months old or PCR/antigen test not older than 48 hrs, self-tests not accepted). The amended entry regulation is valid in the first instance until 31.8.2022. The 14 day quarantine remains in place for persons returning from so-called virus variant areas, also for vaccinated and recovered persons. Currently no countries are designated as such.

Rules that should always be followed:

  • Observe FFP2 mask obligation in vital trade, in the care and health sector and in public transport.
  • Wash hands several times a day for at least 30 seconds
  • Sneezing or coughing into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief
Sneezing/coughing into the crook of your arm

Sneezing/coughing into the crook of your arm

Mouth and nose protection

Mouth and nose protection

Wash your hands

Wash your hands

Important links

Answers to frequently asked questions

  • AUSTRIA.INFO - Information for safe travelling in Austria can be found HERE
  • TIROL.AT - Answers to all important questions in Tyrol can be found HERE
  • Ministry of foreign affairs (BMEIA) - all valid travel regulations in Europe can be found HERE