Please note the individual entry regulations to Austria. Detailed information can be found on following official Federal Ministry Austrian websites
New coronavirus (COVID-19) (sozialministerium.at)
Travel information – BMEIA, Außenministerium Österreich
Compliance with the 3-G rule, which means genesen* (recovered from the infection), geimpft+ (vaccinated) or getestet** (tested) forms the basis for an entry in Austria as well as attendance at the course.
The participants will be asked to provide the evidence of compliance with the 3-G rule before entering the course venue. Consequently, wearing theface masks is not required during the event (both indoor and outdoor).
Food and drinks for lunch and breaks are handed out by service staff at pick-up stations. Self-service buffets are not possible.
*Anybody who has previously suffered from a SARS-CoV-2 infection is exempt from mandatory entry tests for 180 days after their recovery, provided that they carry a medical certificate from a general practitioner with the relevant information (ärztliche Bescheinigung).
+ Anybody who has been vaccinated is exempt from mandatory entry testing, starting 22 days after the initial vaccination. He/she has to carry their vaccination certificate or proof thereof.
**2 test options are available:
- Antigen-test (rapid test) from an official testing site: not older than 48 hours
- PCR-test: not older than 72 hours
Since the further development of the pandemic cannot be foreseen requirements may change.
In case of pandemic-related cancellation, no reimbursement by the course organizer for already booked travel and overnight expenses.