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COVID 19 update for the holiday region Tannheimer Tal

Opening steps from May 19

During a press conference, the Austrian federal government announced far-reaching opening steps for May 19, 2021.

A summary of the most important regulations for the areas of gastronomy, accommodation, culture, events and leisure businesses can be found under the following  Link

Changes to existing measures to contain the Corona pandemic in Tyrol:

Entry regulation for Austria to Germany was extended until the end of May!

The current entry regulation is extended up to and including May 31. Since February 10, in addition to the registration and quarantine requirements, entrants must also present a negative test result no older than 72 hours (molecular biology test) or 48 hours (antigen test). After entry, a ten-day quarantine is obligatory, which can be terminated by free testing after five days at the earliest. Persons working in "system-relevant areas" may continue to commute, but must be registered by the employer with the competent authority.

Food service establishments and hotels remain closed.
The exit restrictions from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. continue to apply. In addition, FFP2 masks are mandatory in retail and public transport, as well as compliance with a 2-meter minimum distance.

Entry regulations from Tyrol to Germany: Entry is only possible with a few exceptions. German citizens are still allowed to enter Germany with prior registration, negative test results and a 14-day quarantine. Persons working in "system-relevant areas" may continue to commute, but must be registered with the competent authority by their employer.

Winter vacation in Tyrol?

The 10 most important questions and answers about winter vacations you can find them here

Entering Austria from a risk area.

As of December 19, a 10-day quarantine requirement will apply to persons entering Austria from a risk area. The plan is to classify risk areas based on the 14-day incidence of positive coronavirus cases. All countries that record a value higher than 100 will be classified as a risk area. After five days, free testing by PCR test is possible. Exceptions are to be made for business travelers and commuters, for example. Before entering Austria, this entry form must be filled out (valid from 15.1.2021).


COVID-19 test possibility - Dr. Mauthner Tannheim

For an appointment contact Dr. Mauthner by phone: Tel. 0043 (0)5675 6202
PCR test - the test costs € 90 and the fee for shipping to the laboratory € 14, duration to receive a result: 3 days
Antigen test - the test costs € 20

COVID-19 test possibility - Dr. Wurz Grän

For an appointment contact Dr. Wurz by phone: 0043 (0)5675 20777
Siemens, Abbott and Dialab antigen test are offered in the doctor's office.