With COVID infection rates dropping, Austria is gradually ending its three-week national lockdown.
Different regions of the country are now given the power to loosen or tighten their restrictions depending on the local situation. It is expected that most restrictions should be lifted by the 20th of December.
Chancellor Karl Nehammer has called it “opening with a seatbelt”.
This means that travel without quarantine is now possible from most European countries for those who are vaccinated, recovered or have a negative PCR test.
But stricter rules may apply during your stay than are required for entry – particularly for those who are unvaccinated.
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