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Local testing

Info about FREE testing opportunities during your stay

Free testing is available for all guests in the Kitzbühel Alps. If you are a returning traveller and need a PCR test or antigen test, we will give you the relevant information on this page.

If you experience flu-like symptoms during your stay and do not feel well, please contact the telephone health advice line on 1450. This hotline is available around the clock. There, the experts will inform you about the further procedure. If there is a reasonable suspicion of infection with the SARS-Cov-2 virus, the costs of the test will be covered. You can find more helpful information on this topic here.

A negative Covid-19 status is required for the following areas:

  • checkGastronomy

  • checkHotels and lodging establishments

  • checkCultural institutions (e.g. museums, theatres, exhibitions)

  • checkLeisure facilities (e.g. zoo, leisure park, cinema)

  • checkParticipation in the weekly activity programme of the regions

  • checkClose contact services (e.g. hairdresser, cosmetician)

  • checkEvents, fairs, congresses

Which tests are valid as "entry tests"?

  • checkNegative PCR test from "Teststraßen" test centres (free) & pharmacies/chemists (= valid also for night entertainment after 10 p.m. - valid: 72h)

  • checkNegative Antigen test from "Teststraßen" test centres of the province of Tyrol (free), pharmacies & doctors (= till 10 p.m. - valid 48h)

  • checkAntigen self test for single use; not vaild for border crossing; available for free from your landlord/landlady (= till 10 p.m. - valid 24h)

  • checkOn-site self tests from the respective catering business, leisure facility (= valid only on-site for one-time entry)

Exceptions night entertainment

Since 22 July 2021, the “2G proof” is required for night entertainment.
This means that every guest at a night gastronomy location from 10:00 p.m. onwards requires proof of vaccination (fully-immunised) or a PCR test (= not older than 72 hours).

All guests and locals from the province of Austria, as well as guests from abroad, can in future make use of the free PCR test offer in the “Teststraßen” testing facilities of the province of Tyrol.
PCR testing is also available in pharmacies. These testing opportunities are free of charge if you have a main residence in Austria.

PCR testing for night entertainment & travel returnees

Antigen self-tests for single use with digital registration

The antigen self-test with digital registration (with QR code) is available free of charge for locals in all pharmacies and for guests in the accommodation establishments.

To be able to perform the digital antigen self-test, an internet connection and a terminal device (smartphone) with a camera are required. The confirmation of the negative digital antigen self-test is then sent to you by the test portal selbsttest.tirol via e-mail or SMS. This is recognised for 24 hours as an entry test at catering and leisure facilities.

Important: The proof of the Anitgen self-test with digital recording is not valid for border crossings. For crossing the border, an antigen test or a PCR test must be obtained at the testing roads of the province of Tyrol. The antigen tests and PCR tests at the test and screening routes are free of charge.

Procedure Antigen self-test for self-testing with digital recording

  • Registration on selbsttest.tirol: fill in your personal data and the desired notification mode

  • Confirm: afterwards you will receive a link, follow it to continue the self-test procedure. To establish your identity, enter your date of birth.

  • Perform test: Please perform the Covid-19 self-test according to the instructions.

  • Photograph the test: Enter result into the system: Stick an enclosed QR code on the front of the self-test; the test result with the QR code sticker must be photographed; you can take the photo directly with the terminal device (mobile phone, tablet, ...) right away or upload the photo from a data folder.

  • Validate test: Please validate your Covid-19 self-test by painting over or blacking out the test in the result field. Then take another photo of the invalidated self-test. The QR codes on the two photos are matched by the system and must match.

  • If the result is negative: Accept the test result: Your test result is ready. You will shortly receive a link - depending on your preferred notification by e-mail or SMS. With this link you can call up your personal test result at any time. The test result is valid for 24 hours as proof of entry.

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What are the steps to follow when registering self-tests? How do you invalidate the test? How do you get your result? Find out here!

Free test possibilities

Free PCR & antigen testing for guests on site

Where? Which test type? Opening hours Registration
Testzentrum Wörgl Antigen test Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday/Sunday/Holiday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tirol testet
Screeningstraße Kufstein PCR test, Antigen test, daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tirol testet
Screeningstraße Kitzbühel PCR test, Antigen test, daily from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tirol testet
In Ihrer Unterkunft (Selbsttest) Antigen test according to availability of the landlord/ the gastronomy directly with your landlord/ with the catering trade
Schnelltest Drive-In Kiefersfelden Antigen test Monday to Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. No registration necessary*

*Quick test Drive-In Kiefersfelden: Free of charge for citizens residing in Germany. For guests who are not resident in Germany, there is a charge of € 25.00 per test.

The notifications are handled automatically, the test persons receive either a phone call or a notification SMS, depending on the contact, in which the test result - positive or negative - can be retrieved. You will receive your Anitigen test result within one hour at the most. You will receive your PCR test result in about three hours.

Fee-based testing options

It is also possible to carry out antigen and PCR tests at selected doctors and pharmacies. Please make an appointment in advance using the telephone number provided.
Costs antigen test: approx. € 30.00 - 50.00
Cost of PCR tests: approx. € 100.00

Please note that about 1,000 general practitioners as well as selected pharmacies are also available for the free test offer for all Austrians. You can register directly with the respective doctor's office. For guests who do not come from Austria, these test options (doctors & pharmacies) are currently subject to a charge.
However, the test and screening lanes of the province of Tyrol are free of charge for guests and locals (see above under "Free test options"). It is possible to do PCR tests (for night catering) and antigen tests.

PCR tests for holiday trips etc. must be organised independently, the costs are to be borne by the respective person. For foreign guests who travel back to their home country and have to present a PCR test, the tests are also subject to a charge. These cannot be done in one of the country's test centres, but at the selected test laboratories:

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Who is exempt from compulsory testing?

  • checkVaccinated persons: Partially vaccinated persons are exempt from compulsory testing from the 22nd day after initial vaccination, for a maximum of three months. Vaccination certificate, vaccination card or printout of the vaccination confirmation are valid

  • checkRecovered persons: Convalescents are exempt from compulsory testing for six months from the time of convalescence; the certificate of segregation or an antibody test are valid.

  • checkChildren up to 12 years of age

  • checkException gastronomy: take-away services or suppliers

You can find more info at www.sichere-gastfreundschaft.at

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