Current Covid-19 situation in Vienna, Austria
Last update: November 23, 2021
1. Current situation
As you may have heard, the Austrian government has issued a nationwide lockdown starting on Monday, November 22, 2021.
However, we would like to inform you that our school and our ActiLingua Residence will stay open for customers travelling for educational or professional reasons.
German Courses at the ActiLingua Academy in Vienna:
This means that our classes will continue face-to-face until further notice.
Accommodation: ActiLingua Residence
The ActiLingua Residence is remaining open for our students.
According to the current regulations regarding Covid-19, we have to inform you that as of November 08, 2021 only students who provide us with a proof of adherence to the 2G rule can stay at the ActiLingua Residence. This includes the following proof:
• Geimpft (vaccinated with a EMA-approved vaccine): vaccination certificate or Impfpass after the second dose for 360 days, for vaccines with one dose 22 days after the vaccination for 270 days
• Genesen (cured): medical certificate (valid for 6 months)
Supermarkets and shops for everyday needs are open.
Shops, Restaurants and leisure facilities, including gyms, theatres and concert halls are currently closed.
Almost every restaurant offers take away and delivery services.
2. Entry to Austria
The cornerstone of the COVID-19-Einreiseverordnung 2021 (COVID-19 Entry Regulation 2021) is the focus on means of verification that you are not infected: for all types of entry into the country, evidence of a vaccination, a current PCR test, or recovery from COVID-19 is required. This also includes the EU Digital COVID Certificates, which contain an EU-compliant QR code. As evidence of vaccination, all of the vaccines which have been authorised by the EMA or have successfully passed the evaluation process of the WHO are recognised. Stricter rules apply to entry from so-called virus variant regions and states.
3. Safety and hygiene measures
The safety of all course participants and employees is our top priority. In the implementation of our safety guidelines, the highest level of student safety is key and group sizes and physical distance are designed in accordance with the applicable regulations. It is important to adhere to the physical distance guidelines and to wear a FFP2 mouth-nose-protection in school and at some indoor venues (e.g. public transport, health care).
If you require any additional information please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We wish all of you the very best for now, stay healthy and safe!
We hope to see you in Vienna soon.
The ActiLingua Team