Austria has updated its list of low risk countries from which entry is possible.
While as at June 28th this primarily included Schengen states along with a handful of other countries with low Covid rates including Australia, Japan and New Zealand, it has now been expanded to include the United States.
The full non-Schengen list includes: Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macau, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States of America.
What will people need to show to be allowed to enter?
Those entering must be in compliance with Austria’s 3G Rule, which requires people to be vaccinated, have recovered from Covid or test negative.
More information on the 3G Rule is available here.
Persons entering from low-risk countries should be able to prove they have only stayed in that country (or in other low-risk countries) within the last ten days.
They must also show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test from Covid-19. If this proof is not available, a Covid test must be carried out within 24 hours of arrival in Austria.
More information is available at the following link.