You can enter Austria without an obligation to provide a certificate with a negative result for coronavirus or sending it to home quarantine.
The Austrian authorities on the night of Sunday, May 17, opened the checkpoints previously closed due to the coronavirus pandemic on the border with the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary, as was done earlier on the borders with Germany, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland. “Austria takes another step in the mitigation of the border regime caused by the crisis. The previously closed border crossings to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary opened at midnight. As on the borders with Germany, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland, now there is only selective control, “the report said.
At the same time, it is noted that on the border with Hungary there will remain control associated with the fight against illegal migration.
“Entry requirements remain unchanged. Until May 31, you can enter Austria only for trips with a work purpose, for good family reasons, as well as for caring for animals without the obligation to provide a certificate with a negative result for coronavirus or quarantine. This also applies and Slovenia, which opened all its borders to EU citizens on Friday, “the agency said.
It was previously reported that Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were the first in the EU to lift transport restrictions.