“It’s a dictatorship! You don’t need a yellow star?” – Unvaccinated people are banned from certain places in Austria, the Hungarians are upset

Unvaccinated people will not be allowed to enter certain areas. Not even in a restaurant, hairdresser or cinema, for example. This is how the Austrian Covid rules will change from 8 November.

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Austria introduces significant Covid restrictions nationwide after the weekend:

they do not allow unvaccinated people into restaurants, hairdressers and events.

The following rules against coronavirus epidemics will apply:

Verification of 2G will be required in several areas (2G rule: geimpft und genesen, ie vaccinated with a complete line of vaccines and coronavirus infections):


hotels, cinemas, theaters

services with close body contact, such as hairdressing salons, beauty salons, events for over 25 people.

This means that unvaccinated people cannot enter these areas. There will be a four-week transition period for the introduction of the 2G rule, during which a negative PCR test and confirmation of the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine will suffice.

In workplaces where the 3G rule has recently been introduced (geimpft, genesen, getestet), PCR tests will still be valid for entry.

The Austrian green pass also changes, and only those who have been vaccinated for up to 9 months after the second vaccination are considered fully vaccinated. A third vaccination is then required.

The aim is to encourage you to take the third dose, which is available to everyone six months after the second dose.

Based on Facebook comments, Hungarians living abroad were completely upset about this regulation. Tens of thousands of Hungarians live and work in Austria, of course these strict rules also apply to them. We show a couple:



Source: Health guide
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