Austria lists Hungary as low-incidence country
Austria has listed Hungary among the countries with a low incidence of coronavirus infections, the operative body responsible for handling the epidemic in Hungary said on Wednesday.
Hungarian citizens can now enter Austria without having being quarantined if they show a negative PCR test not older than three days, produce a negative antibody test within the previous two days or can prove that they have recovered from Covid-19. Those having received two doses of the vaccine, or a single dose at least three weeks before, can also enter the country without being quarantined, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Kiss said.
Those without either of those certificates can take a PCR test 24 hours before entering Austria or sooner if they want to avoid quarantine, Kiss said.