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Protect yourself and others - health is the top priority!

Dear Warth-Schröcken fans!

Winter is just around the corner and we look forward to welcoming you in Warth-Schröcken.

We are prepared.
We have put a lot of thought into the upcoming winter season, so that we can keep all of you, all employees, and all locals safe.

Let's look out for one another.
For a smooth operation in the ski area, buses and catering establishments, as well as in all other areas, must all play their part. We therefore ask that you observe the hygiene measures, recommendations and instructions.

We look forward to welcoming you soon in Warth-Schröcken.
Please contact us if you have any questions.

The page is continuously updated and expanded.
(Amendments and adjustments may be made to the measures at any time to match legal policies!)

VERSION: 12.10.2021

Visiting Vorarlberg safely.

What’s the current coronal situation? What rules apply when entering and during your holiday at the accommodation, in the restaurant, at the cable cars or at cultural facilities and events? What should one pay attention to when staying in the mountains?

In order that you can plan your holiday in Warth-Schröcken with confidence, Vorarlberg Tourism provides you with the most important information here in compact and constantly updated form: Visiting Vorarlberg safely

All information about entry and return travel.

Proper conudct in case of symptoms.

If you show symptoms, that could indicate a possible COVID-19 infection (fever, cough, sore throat, loss of taste of smell, ...), please stay in your accommodation and immediately contact your accommodation provider, as well as calling the Austrian Health-Hotline 1450 (accessible 0.00am - 12.00 pm). In no case at all should you personally visit a doctor's surgery if the virus is suspected.

FAQ - frequently asked questions & answers.

We have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions for you here.
The most important measures at a glance.

How looks the 3 step plan?

Step 1 : Corona ICU occupancy expected at 10 percent (200 beds)
In particular, the following rules remain in force
- Gastronomy: 3-G-detection
- Hotel industry: 3-G-detection
- Night gastronomy: admission with vaccination or PCR test – however, since the recovered are now treated as the vaccinated, the PCR test is now valid for this period in addition to recovered or vaccinated persons.

In addition, the following intensifications are being made:
- Reduction of the validity period of antigen tests from 48 to 24 hours
- 3-G rule for events with more than 25 people (previously 100 people)
- FFP2 masks are mandatory in areas where mouth and nose protection is already required – e. g. in public transport
- Recommendation FFP-2 masks for everyone also on the market, for unvaccinated FFP-2 masks also on the market (sample control)

Step 2 : Corona ICU occupancy of 15 percent (300 beds)
In particular, the following rules remain in force
- Gastronomy: 3-G-detection
- Hotel industry: 3-G-detection

In addition, the following intensifications are being made:
- Antigen tests with self-acceptance (“living room tests”) are no longer permitted as proof of entry
- Introduction of the 2-G rule (vaccinated and recovered patients – elimination of testing) for night catering and events without assigned seats for more than 500 people
- Stage 2 comes into effect seven days after the intensive bed occupancy rate of 15 percent (300 beds) has been exceeded

Step 3 : Corona ICU occupancy of 20 percent (400 beds)
- Antigen testing is more than a proof of entry. Therefore, instead of the 3-G rule, the following are valid as proof of entry: Vaccinated, recovered, tested by PCR test
- Introduction of the 2-G rule (vaccinated and recovered patients – elimination of testing) for night catering and events without assigned seats for more than 500 people remains
- Stage 3 comes into effect seven days after the intensive bed occupancy rate of 20 percent (400 beds) has been exceeded

What step is valied at the moment?

Step 1.

What proofs are acceptable as entry proof?

Persons vaccinated with an EMA-approved vaccine shall be subject to the following rules:
- Vaccines with two vaccinations shall be valid for a total of 360 days from the date of the second vaccination.
- Vaccines with only one vaccination (e. g. from Johnson & Johnson) are valid from the 22nd day after vaccination for a total of 360 days from the day of vaccination.
- For persons who have already recovered and who have previously been vaccinated, the vaccination is valid for 360 days from the date of vaccination.
- All other vaccinations (“booster”) are valid for 360 days.
- The yellow vaccination certificate, a vaccination card and a printout of the data from the e-vaccination passport are valid as proof of vaccination.

- Molecular biological test (e. g. PCR test): valid for 72 hours from sampling
- antigen test by an authorised body (e. g. Austria tests): valid for 24 hours from sampling
- Antigen self-test recorded in an official data-processing system of the Länder: valid for 24 hours at the time of sampling
- The compulsory test is valid for persons aged 12 years and over
- The Corona test pass according to the COVID-19 School Ordinance 2021/22 is also considered as proof of a low epidemiological risk.

- Medical confirmation is valid for 180 days after an expired SARS-CoV-2 infection. This must have been demonstrated by molecular biology (e. g. PCR test). An official separation notice is also valid for 180 days.
- A positive test for neutralising antibodies is valid for 90 days. It is possible to carry out the test again after the deadline has expired.

In which sections apply the 3-G-rule?

  • Gastronomy
  • Hotel industry and accommodation
  • Cultural establishments
  • Meetings
  • Tour coaches and excursion boats
  • Physical services
  • Recreational facilities
  • Non-public sports venues
  • Trade and public fairs, congresses

What proof should I have to purchase a skipass?

Information will follow!

Where do I need to wear a face mask?

The minimum distance of one metre from other persons is not required. In all places where the 3G rule applies, masks are not required. This also applies to employees in those areas in which a 3-G certificate is required.

In everyday shops such as banks, post offices, pharmacies, drugstores and in the grocery trade, an FFP2 mask must be worn instead of the previous MNS wear obligation.

In addition, the wearing of an FFP2 mask in shops and cultural institutions for unvaccinated persons becomes an obligation. It is recommended that vaccinated people wear an FFP2 mask.

Children up to the age of 6 do not have to wear an FFP2 mask or an MNS. Children from the age of 6 up to the age of 14 may also carry an MNS. Pregnant women may also wear an NMS.

Where can I find the entry and return conditions for my holiday destination?

All information about arrival and departure can be found here.

General Information.

In order to get through the winter safely together, we should all always keep the following rules in mind.

  • Please pay attention to installed information posts and signs.
  • Please respect instructions from employees.
  • Please keep a sufficient distance away from other people.
  • Please observe the hygiene rules and regularly wash your hands.
  • Please dispose of your used protective masks and tissues correctly in waste bins.
  • Whenever possible, please use cashless payment.

We should always observe these rules.

Any further questions about your safety?

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Important contact information.

  • Tourist Office Warth | +43 5583 3515 - 0
  • Tourist Office Schröcken | +43 5519 267
  • Ski lifts Warth GmbH & Co. KG | +43 5538 3601 - 0
  • Ski lifts Schröcken Strolz GmbH | +43 5583 4259 - 0
  • Medical consultation service by phone | 1450
  • Katharinen Pharmacy | +43 5514 20102

Please note the current traffic situation

  • L200 Bregenzerwald
  • B198 Reutte
  • L198 Lech
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