COVID-19

Safety measures

Safe holidays in the Imst Outdoor Region

Find here information & links regarding the current COVID-19 situation

Testing Facilities in the Imst Outdoor Region

  • Imst Testing Centre (antigen tests)

    Car park at the Imst swimming pool
    Schwimmbadweg 20
    6460 Imst
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 17:00
    Saturday, Sunday & bank holidays from 08:00 to 16:00

    For registration dial 1450 for Austria's Health Hotline or register at www.tiroltestet.at !

  • Medalp Testing Station (antigen tests)

    Medalp Platz 1
    6460 Imst
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday 07:00 to 17:00
    Saturday & Sunday 08:00 to 14:00
    Closed on bank holidays
    For registration dial 1450 for Austria's Health Hotline or register at www.tiroltestet.at !

  • Roppen Gargle Test Centre (PCR tests)

    Kultursaal, Kirchplatz 3
    6426 Roppen

    Opening hours:
    open until 25.06.2021
    Monday, Wednesday & Friday 17:00 to 19:00

    For registration dial 1450 for Austria's Health Hotline or register at www.tiroltestet.at !

  • Tirol Testet Test Container (Antigen)
    Car park Ötztaler Höhe
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday 10:00 to 12:00 & 16:00 to 19:00
    Saturday 10:00 to 16:00
    Sunday 14:00 to 16:00

    No registration required.

  • Rapid tests without registration at FMZ Imst & Interspar

    Without registration, free of charge!
    E-Card, ID & FFP2-mask required.

  • Testing station Restaurant Werkstatt Imst

    Industriezone 34 (Kaufpark)
    6460 Imst

    Opening hours:
    Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 22:00
    Saturday from 12:00 to 22:00

    Registration at www.wirtestenimst.at 
    free of charge for Tyrolean residents, € 25.00 for guests

  • In addition, general practitioners and pharmacies 

    offer the possibility to get tested!

Safety on the mountain

Safety on the mountain
Information for the safe use of cable cars

Imst Mountain Lifts

Loosening of restrictions from 10.06.2021:
The safety distance to persons not living in the same household will be reduced from 2m to 1m. Masks are no longer compulsory in open areas and in open vehicles. Children up to 6 years of age do not require a face mask. Children up to the age of 14 may wear a tight-fitting mechanical protective device covering the mouth and nose instead of the FFP2 mask.

Alpine Coaster

Loosening of restrictions from 10.06.2021:
The safety distance to persons not living in the same household is reduced from 2m to 1m.
Current regulations regarding the Alpine Coaster remain in effect, masks are still mandatory and the '3-G rule' (vaccinated - tested - recovered) applies.

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  • Guests have to carry proof of a low epidmiological risk according to the '3-G rule' (vaccinated - tested - recovered).
    • Evidence can be provided as follows:
      • Proof of a negative SARS-CoV-2 test (antigen-test valid for 48 hours or PCR-test valid for 72 hours)
      • Medical confirmation of an infection passed in the last six months
      • Proof of vaccination
        • First vaccination from the 22nd day after the first vaccination, which must not date back longer than 3 months
        • Second vaccination, the first vaccination not having taken place more than nine months before.
      • 'Absonderungsbescheid' (segregation order) issued for a person who has been confirmed as having SARS-CoV-2 in the six months prior to the scheduled testing.
      • Evidence of neutralising antibodies that must not be older than 3 months

Wash your hands!

Wear a mask!

Keep your distance!

Tips for a safe holiday

...staying safe on lifts and cable cars

...staying safe on holidays

...in restaurants

...in spa areas

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