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Rules for a safe winter 2021/2022

We will find out how this is implemented in detail in our cross-border ski area Oberstdorf - Kleinwalsertal as soon as the Bavarian rules for save winter are available.

The anticipation for the winter season is growing. The first official measures for the winter season 2021/22 in Austria were published on September 20, further details are being clarified. We have summarized the current status for you below:

The 3G rule (for children from 12 years) will also apply to the winter season 21/22. 
A 3G certificate will also be required for the use of the mountain gondolas and lifts in winter. No capacity restrictions on mountain gondolas and lifts.
We will find out how this is implemented in detail in our cross-border ski area Oberstdorf - Kleinwalsertal as soon as the Bavarian rules for save winter are available.

According to current information, FFP2 will continue to be compulsory in places and in shops for everyday needs as well as in public transport (groceries, pharmacies, buses, cable cars, etc.).
An FFP2 mask is recommended in retail (e.g. sports and fashion stores) and cultural institutions; it is mandatory for those who have not been vaccinated.
There is currently no mask requirement in the catering and hotel industry, but each business can decide individually as to what their own requirements are
 

What does the 3-step plan mean in Austria?

The measures in Austria for the winter season 21/22 are based on a 3-step plan, which is based on the capacity of the intensive care beds available:

The first stage has been in force since September 15 and applies when 200 intensive care beds (10%) are occupied by Covid-19 patients.
The second stage comes into effect seven days after the occupation of 300 intensive care beds (15%) has been exceeded. Self-tests ("living room tests"), including self-tests that are registered in the Covid portal Vorarlberg, are then NO longer valid as proof of access.
The first stage has been in force since September 15 and applies when 200 beds (10%) are occupied by Covid-19 patients.
The second stage comes into effect seven days after 300 occupied intensive care beds (15%) have been exceeded. Self-tests ("living room tests"), including self-tests that are registered in the Covid portal Vorarlberg, are then NO longer valid as proof of access.
The third stage occurs seven days after 400 occupied intensive care beds (20%) has been exceeded. Only a negative PCR test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery are then valid as proof of access.