According to Austrian National Radio and Television, from December 19th local time, Austria has strengthened its immigration control measures.
Due to the need for the border police to carry out relevant inspections, several hours of traffic jams occurred at several entry points in the country on that day, including 25 kilometers of roadblocks in Burgenland.
It is reported that the strengthened immigration control measures require all countries except Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Japan, Norway, South Korea, New Zealand, Uruguay, the Vatican and Australia to be quarantined at home for 10 days after entering Austria, and can be tested for COVID-19 after the 5th day.
If the test results are negative, it can be mentioned. End the quarantine before. In addition, there are no restrictions on entry for reasons such as transit, commuting and treatment.