Austria eliminates the "2G" rule at the entrance to shops and museums and replaces "2G" with "3G" at restaurants and hotels!

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Austrian authorities have announced that the country will abolish the requirement from 12 February "2G" at the entrance to shops and museums. This means that citizens of the country, as well as travelers, will no longer be required to provide proof of vaccination or recovery when attending the two public places mentioned above.

In addition to removing the requirement to present a vaccination and recovery certificate at the entrance to shops and museums, authorities have revealed that there will be no limit to the number of people allowed to attend events at the same time.

"As of February 12," 2G "proof is no longer required to enter stores, museums and body-related services (such as the barber shop). In addition, there will be no limit to the number of people attending the events. " it is shown in the communiqué of the official tourism portal of Austria.

In addition, authorities have revealed that other national restrictions on COVID-19 will be relaxed by the end of this week. According to an official statement issued by the Austrian tourism portal, from February 19, citizens and travelers will only be able to enter restaurants and hotels with a negative COVID-19 test result.

"From 19 February," 2G "will be replaced by" 3G "(vaccinated, recovered or PCR test) at restaurants / hotels in all Austrian provinces except Vienna, where" 2G "remains.", authorities added. .

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