COVID-19

Safety measures

Safe holidays in the Imst Outdoor Region

Information and useful links on the current COVID-19 situation

  • Welcome.Tirol
    Information on safety measures, travel warnings & entry regulations, provided by the Tirol Tourist Board

  • Welcome.tirol - The Covid-19-Information Platform for Tirol
    Here you can find all the requirements for people travelling to Austria. Since 20 December 2021, the 2G+ regulation applies when entering Austria (you must either be vaccinated or recovered and additionally PCR-tested).

  • Holidays with children: What needs to be considered?
    What used to apply to Austrian children now also applies to school-age guests from abroad aged 12 to 15: The "Holiday Ninja Pass" is equivalent to a 2G-certificate if a corresponding test frequency is given. Children under the age of 12 are not affected by restrictions, the 2G rule applies from the completed 12th year of age.

     

    Download Ninja Pass [PDF]

  • Testing possibilities in the Imst Outdoor Region
    You can get tested here: www.tiroltestet.at
    (Please state the address of your accommodation in the Imst Outdoor Region in the registration form to get the PCR-test free of charge.)

     

    Tirol gurgelt: new PCR-testing possibility
    In addition to free antigen and PCR tests in the 40 test centres of the province of Tyrol, holiday guests can now also obtain free PCR gargle tests in numerous supermarkets.

  • You can find an overview of all regulations for the entry to Germany here. The Federal Ministry also provides an update on the changes to the entry regulations to Germany.

     

    Click here to get to the Digital Registration on Entry!

  • Safety on the mountain
    The ski season is approaching. You'll find here all the information for the safe use of cable cars.

Wash your hands!

Wear a mask!

Keep your distance!

Tips for a safe holiday

...Three Gs rule

...staying safe on lifts and cable cars

...staying safe on holidays

...in restaurants

...in spa areas

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