At Vienna airport, test COVID-19 to avoid quarantine
Starting May 4, 2020, Vienna Airport will conduct COVID-19 tests, for a fee, for passengers entering Austria and want to avoid the 14-day quarantine.
Passengers arriving at Vienna's airport on an international trip must present a medical certificate no older than four days stating that they are not infected with the new coronavirus. If they do not have this certificate, they must be quarantined.
COVID-19 test to avoid quarantine
From Monday, passengers can benefit from another solution. I can do a molecular biological test (PCR) COVID-19 at the airport and get the result in two to three hours. If the test is negative, passengers can avoid a 14-day quarantine. The tests performed at Vienna International Airport cost 190 euros ($ 209). They can also be made by passengers departing from Vienna.
"Traveling by plane, whether we are talking about business, travel or otherwise, will thus become safer," said a Vienna airport official.
Currently, the airport from Vienna flies to Doha, Dortmund, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Lisbon, Minsk and Sofia, as well as charter and business flights. Many flights are suspended, especially those in risk areas.
Austria recorded 15.526 cases of COVID-19 and 598 deaths. He began to relax his travel restrictions after seven weeks. Shopping centers, larger stores and service providers, including barbershops, are reopening.