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The government presented stricter measures against the corona virus on Saturday.

Information: The Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) has set up a 24/7 hotline for questions about the coronavirus: 0800 555 621

Anyone who has symptoms or fears they may be ill should stay at home. Contact with other people should be minimized and the health hotline 1450 should be called and the instructions given there should be followed exactly.

Coronavirus: The most important contact points and telephone numbers

Far-reaching measures to contain the corona virus will apply in Austria from Tuesday. The lockdown announced by the federal government will start on November 3rd and will remain in effect (for the time being) until November 30th. There are also exit restrictions between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., during this time you may only leave the living area for certain purposes. The gastronomy closes, the trade remains open, the upper levels switch to distance learning.

© apa / Margret Schmitt / hac

The most important points at a glance

  • Briefly announced “second lockdown” by the end of November
  • Hotels are no longer allowed to accept tourists
  • Events other than professional sports prohibited
  • All theaters and museums have to close
  • Government covers sales losses of up to 80 percent
  • High school students and universities go into distance learning
  • Night-time exit restrictions from Tuesday
  • Gastronomy too
  • Only two households are allowed to meet privately
  • Off for garage and garden parties
  • All events except professional sports canceled for the time being
  • Nursing home / hospital visit only with a quality mask or test
  • Trade remains fully open
  • Services – such as hairdressers or cosmetic studios – remain allowed

The following is an overview of the most important points according to government documents. The corresponding ordinance from Health Minister Rudolf Anschober (Greens) is not yet available.

EXIT RESTRICTIONS

Leaving your “own private living area” is generally prohibited between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. As in the spring, there are five exceptions: You are allowed to leave for professional purposes and to cover basic needs of daily life (such as shopping, visits to the doctor, pharmacy, banking or administrative channels). This also includes looking after and caring for those in need as well as exercising family rights and obligations.123 essay Other evening or night visits to other people's homes are prohibited. You can also go out at night to ward off dangers to life, limb and property.

The fifth reason to go out relates to the purpose of “physical and mental relaxation”, that is to say to be outdoors. The government cites walks, jogging or walking the dog as explicit examples. The exit restrictions apply after the approval of the main committee on Sunday until November 12th, but should be extended several times until the end of November.

PUBLIC SPACE – DISTANCE RULES, MASKING REQUIRED

In public spaces, everyone who does not live in their own household must be kept one meter away. When staying in closed public spaces, keep a distance of one meter and wear mouth and nose protection (MNS). Children up to the age of six are exempt from the MNS obligation. If you cannot wear a mask for medical reasons, you have to carry a certificate with you – you can then wear a so-called face shield.

The minimum distance of one meter may not be exceeded, provided that you are in groups of a maximum of six people from a maximum of two different households, plus a maximum of six minor children.

According to government documents, birthday parties and anniversary celebrations are prohibited in public spaces.

PRIVATE SPACE – PARTY PROHIBITIONS in GARDENS and GARAGES

There are no regulations for the immediate private living area. “Parties” and all kinds of events are prohibited in garages, gardens or barns. The documents do not indicate the number of people from which a meeting at these locations is considered a party.

TRADE

The trade and all service providers remain completely open. For customers as well as employees, mouth and nose protection and the requirement to keep a distance of one meter apply. Access to the shops is also limited: each customer must have ten square meters. If the customer area is smaller than ten square meters, only one customer is allowed to be there.

GASTRONOMY

The entire gastronomy will be closed. Pick-up of food and drinks is permitted between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. Delivery services are maintained without any time limit. Pubs, bars and all nightspots are also affected by the closure.

NURSERY GARDENS and SCHOOLS

Kindergartens and compulsory schools remain open. According to government documents, the obligation to protect the mouth and nose is being expanded for 10 to 14-year-old students. There are no more face-to-face lessons for the upper level, they are switching to distance learning. The same goes for universities.

TOURISM

All hotels and accommodation establishments will be closed. There are exceptions for business travelers.

EVENTS

Events are completely prohibited. This includes, for example, cultural and sporting events, but also wedding celebrations, birthday parties and Christmas markets. Rehearsals and artistic performances without an audience are excluded, provided they are for professional purposes.

SPORTS

All contact sports are prohibited, including football. Individual and recreational outdoor sports are allowed as long as there is no physical contact. Sports facilities are closed to amateur athletes. Top athletes and their coaches, on the other hand, are allowed to enter sports facilities and practice their sport professionally or take part in international competitions – without spectators.

LEISURE FACILITIES

All leisure facilities such as fitness studios, indoor swimming pools, museums, cinemas and zoos will be closed.

TRAFFIC

Mouth and nose protection must be worn in public transport as well as in subway stations, bus stops, airports, etc., and the one-meter distance requirement also applies here. Carpooling and taxi rides are only permitted if only two people are seated per row of seats (including the handlebars). There are exceptions for the transport of kindergarten children or for the transport of people with disabilities, if this is necessary due to the number of passengers and when getting on and off. Cable cars, gondolas and lifts may not be used for leisure purposes and are reserved for professional athletes, for example.

WORKPLACE

The one-meter distance between people must also be maintained at the workplace – provided there are no other protective measures (plexiglass walls, etc.). If both are not possible, mouth and nose protection is mandatory. Working from home is recommended where possible.

NURSING AND NURSING HOME:

Visiting restrictions apply in retirement and nursing homes. Each resident can receive one visitor per two days. In the period from November 3rd to November 17th, this can only be two different people. Visitors must show a negative result of a corona test. Alternatively, a so-called CPA or higher quality mask must be worn during the entire stay. Employees must be tested weekly. Newly admitted residents must show a negative result of a corona test.

RELIGION, FUNERALS, WEDDINGS:

The religious communities make their own rules to minimize the risk of infection. In any case, mouth and nose protection must be worn indoors. A maximum of 50 people are allowed to attend funerals, the minimum distance rule and MNS obligation apply. Wedding celebrations are prohibited, but you can marry at the registry office.

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The government presented stricter measures against the corona virus on Saturday.

Information: The Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) has set up a 24/7 hotline for questions about the coronavirus: 0800 555 621

Anyone who has symptoms or fears they may be ill should stay at home. Contact with other people should be minimized and the health hotline 1450 should be called and the instructions given there should be followed exactly.

Coronavirus: The most important contact points and telephone numbers

Far-reaching measures to contain the corona virus will apply in Austria from Tuesday. The lockdown announced by the federal government will start on November 3rd and will remain in effect (for the time being) until November 30th. There are also exit restrictions between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., during this time you may only leave the living area for certain purposes. The gastronomy closes, the trade remains open, the upper levels switch to distance learning.

© apa / Margret Schmitt / hac

The most important points at a glance

  • Briefly announced “second lockdown” by the end of November
  • Hotels are no longer allowed to accept tourists
  • Events other than professional sports prohibited
  • All theaters and museums have to close
  • Government covers sales losses of up to 80 percent
  • High school students and universities go into distance learning
  • Night-time exit restrictions from Tuesday
  • Gastronomy too
  • Only two households are allowed to meet privately
  • Off for garage and garden parties
  • All events except professional sports canceled for the time being
  • Nursing home / hospital visit only with a quality mask or test
  • Trade remains fully open
  • Services – such as hairdressers or cosmetic studios – remain allowed

The following is an overview of the most important points according to government documents. The corresponding ordinance from Health Minister Rudolf Anschober (Greens) is not yet available.

EXIT RESTRICTIONS

Leaving your “own private living area” is generally prohibited between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. As in the spring, there are five exceptions: You are allowed to leave for professional purposes and to cover basic needs of daily life (such as shopping, visits to the doctor, pharmacy, banking or administrative channels). This also includes looking after and caring for those in need as well as exercising family rights and obligations. Other evening or night visits to other people's homes are prohibited. You can also go out at night to ward off dangers to life, limb and property.

The fifth reason to go out relates to the purpose of “physical and mental relaxation”, that is to say to be outdoors. The government cites walks, jogging or walking the dog as explicit examples. The exit restrictions apply after the approval of the main committee on Sunday until November 12th, but should be extended several times until the end of November.

PUBLIC SPACE – DISTANCE RULES, MASKING REQUIRED

In public spaces, everyone who does not live in their own household must be kept one meter away. When staying in closed public spaces, keep a distance of one meter and wear mouth and nose protection (MNS). Children up to the age of six are exempt from the MNS obligation. If you cannot wear a mask for medical reasons, you have to carry a certificate with you – you can then wear a so-called face shield.

The minimum distance of one meter may not be exceeded, provided that you are in groups of a maximum of six people from a maximum of two different households, plus a maximum of six minor children.

According to government documents, birthday parties and anniversary celebrations are prohibited in public spaces.

PRIVATE SPACE – PARTY PROHIBITIONS in GARDENS and GARAGES

There are no regulations for the immediate private living area. “Parties” and all kinds of events are prohibited in garages, gardens or barns. The documents do not indicate the number of people from which a meeting at these locations is considered a party.

TRADE

The trade and all service providers remain completely open. For customers as well as employees, mouth and nose protection and the requirement to keep a distance of one meter apply. Access to the shops is also limited: each customer must have ten square meters. If the customer area is smaller than ten square meters, only one customer is allowed to be there.

GASTRONOMY

The entire gastronomy will be closed. Pick-up of food and drinks is permitted between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. Delivery services are maintained without any time limit. Pubs, bars and all nightspots are also affected by the closure.

NURSERY GARDENS and SCHOOLS

Kindergartens and compulsory schools remain open. According to government documents, the obligation to protect the mouth and nose is being expanded for 10 to 14-year-old students. There are no more face-to-face lessons for the upper level, they are switching to distance learning. The same goes for universities.

TOURISM

All hotels and accommodation establishments will be closed. There are exceptions for business travelers.

EVENTS

Events are completely prohibited. This includes, for example, cultural and sporting events, but also wedding celebrations, birthday parties and Christmas markets. Rehearsals and artistic performances without an audience are excluded, provided they are for professional purposes.

SPORTS

All contact sports are prohibited, including football. Individual and recreational outdoor sports are allowed as long as there is no physical contact. Sports facilities are closed to amateur athletes. Top athletes and their coaches, on the other hand, are allowed to enter sports facilities and practice their sport professionally or take part in international competitions – without spectators.

LEISURE FACILITIES

All leisure facilities such as fitness studios, indoor swimming pools, museums, cinemas and zoos will be closed.

TRAFFIC

Mouth and nose protection must be worn in public transport as well as in subway stations, bus stops, airports, etc., and the one-meter distance requirement also applies here.