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All industries, all rules: This is how Austria locks up

From May 19th, Austria will go up again. Which industries open how exactly and what needs to be considered - oe24 has the entire list.

gastronomy

• Outside the assigned seat, FFP2 must wear a mask
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Guests must register with their name and contact details when entering
• A guest group may include a maximum of 4 adults (+ associated children) indoors and a maximum of 10 adults outdoors
• A minimum distance of 2 meters must be maintained between people at other tables

• In closed rooms, consumption may only take place while sitting
• Consumption at the issuing point (bar) is not permitted
• Self-service buffets can be operated subject to hygiene requirements
• Every catering business must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer.
• An FFP2 mask is mandatory for employees with customer contact.
• Employees with customer contact who are tested as part of the professional group tests can wear simple mouth and nose protection instead of an FFP2 mask

• Curfew is at 10:00 pm

Culture & Events

• FFP2 masks are mandatory throughout
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Visitors must register with their name and contact details when entering
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters outside of an assigned seat must be maintained
• There must be at least one free seat between groups of visitors

• Officially approved events with assigned seats may be held outdoors with a maximum of 3,000 people and indoors with a maximum of 1,500 people.
• Venues with fixed seats may not be used more than 50%
• A maximum of 50 people may participate in events without assigned seats (indoor and outdoor).
• Events from 11 people are notifiable, from 51 people a permit from the health authority is required.
• The rules for event catering are the same as for catering (no catering for events without assigned seats).
• Every organizer must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer

• Curfew is at 10:00 pm

Congresses

• FFP2 masks are mandatory
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Visitors must register with their name and contact details when entering
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters outside of an assigned seat must be maintained

• Conferences up to 50 people are notifiable, from 51 people a permit from the health authority is required
• The same rules apply to congresses as to events with assigned seats
• Every organizer must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer

• Curfew is 10:00 pm

measure up

• FFP2 masks are mandatory
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Visitors must register with their name and contact details when entering
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters must be maintained

• An area of ​​20 m2 must be available for each visitor; The exhibition areas are counted, but not connecting corridors
• Trade fairs for up to 50 people are notifiable, from 51 people a permit from the health authority is required.
• Every organizer must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer

• Curfew is 10:00 pm

Accommodations

• FFP2 mask requirement in general areas
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Guests must register with their name and contact details when entering (as is customary in the accommodation anyway)
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters must be maintained

• When using other services or catering in the hotel, a self-test under supervision on site is required every 2 days from a stay beyond the validity of the entry test
• The regulations for wellness operations are analogous to wellness and leisure facilities
• Every accommodation must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer

• The same rules apply to hotel catering as to normal catering (including curfew at 10:00 p.m.)

Sports facilities / exercise

• Indoor:
• FFP2 mask requirement in general areas (e.g. at the reception, in the changing room)
• Upon entering, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• The athletes must register with their name and contact details when entering (as is customary in the accommodation anyway)
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters must be maintained
• 20m² of space must be available per person

• There is no obligation to wear a mask while you are doing sports, and you can temporarily fall short of the distance rule for contact sports. Contact sports like soccer are allowed again

• Outdoor sports facilities:

• Sport is possible in the usual team size:
• For contact and team sports, a test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented

• Every sports facility (indoor and outdoor) must create a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer

• The event regulations (notification / authorization requirement) apply to any spectators at sports facilities, but not to the exercise of sports itself

• Curfew is 10:00 pm

• Popular sport in the usual group size in public spaces, but no more than 10 people.

Leisure establishments

• FFP2 masks are mandatory
• When entering indoor areas, a test must be taken or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Visitors must register with their name and contact details when entering (as is customary in the accommodation anyway)
• In principle, a distance of 2 meters must be maintained

• For indoor facilities, swimming pools and thermal baths, 20 m² of space must be available for each guest in the respective closed room.
• Every leisure company must draw up a prevention concept and appoint a COVID-19 officer.
• For rides (e.g. carousel), there must be an empty seat between visitors. The customer registration is not necessary.

• Curfew is 10:00 pm

trade

• Curfew at 10:00 pm at the latest
• An area of ​​20 m2 must be available for each customer
• FFP2 mask compulsory

school

• From May 17th, the school will be back in attendance.
• Mouth and nose protection (MNS) must be worn in lower levels
• FFP2 masks are compulsory in high school
• In schools, tests are carried out 3 times a week (self-tests are allowed).
• The teachers' professional group testing is carried out with a monitored self-test in the school

• Singing and sports are only allowed outdoors
• School events lasting several days are not possible.

Youth work

• A test must be taken, or a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or confirmation of an illness must be presented
• Youth work in accordance with the Federal Youth Promotion Act (age limit: 30)
• The group size is limited to a maximum of 20 people.

Contact restrictions

• No general exit restrictions at night

• Outside the private living area, the following applies: Meetings of a maximum of 10 people (+ children) are possible outdoors, indoors a maximum of 4 adults (+ children) are allowed. For meetings with more people, the event regulations apply.

• In the period between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., meetings of a maximum of 4 adults (plus associated children) are generally only possible

Test validity of access tests

• Self-test with digital solution: 24 hours
• Antigen test: 48h
• PCR test: 72h
• Recovered persons: 6 months until after the illness
• Vaccinated persons: 1 year from 22 days after the first vaccination

High incidence areas

• For high incidence areas (incidence> 300) there is a compulsory exit test and there will be a toolbox with all existing legal options.

Limits

• Regulations according to the ECDC card for risk areas: green / yellow / orange: free entry, red: entry only tested, recovered or vaccinated, dark red: entry only tested, recovered or vaccinated and quarantine (free testing after 5 days)
• Exceptions for commuters remain