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The following text was last updated on 06/04/2020, 08:15 a.m.:
IMPORTANT! Guests who attended entertainment events in Gerlos, Sölden and Westendorf are asked to keep their health under observation. An entertainer who performed in these locations has tested positive for the Coronavirus. Austrians who notice symptoms consistent with the Coronavirus should call 1450. Guests who have returned home should contact the health authorities in their respective country. Below is a list of the events at which the entertainer performed:
⭢ 2 and 9 March at 18:30 at the Almrausch bar in Sölden
⭢ 4 and 11 March at 18:30 at the Cin Cin bar in Gerlos
⭢ 5 and 12 March at 19:30 at the Moskitobar in Westendorf
⭢ 13 March at 21:30 at the Jacobwirt in Westendorf
IMPORTANT! All people who visited the „Alte Mittel“ ski hut in Westendorf from 10 to 15 March should keep their health under observation. Austrians who develop symptoms of the Coronavirus should call 1450. Guests from abroad who have returned home should contact the health authorities in their respective country.
IMPORTANT! Two people from a large group of holidaymakers who were in Axams and Götzens from 13 to 16 March have tested positive for the Coronavirus. The regional authorities in Tirol are warning of the risk to people who may have come into contact with them. Austrians who notice symptoms should call 1450. Visitors who were in these locations and have now returned home should contact the health authorities in their own country for advice.
This warning applies in particular to people who visited the following locations during the period mentioned above:
⭢ Gondola/ski lifts in Axamer Lizum
⭢ Almbar (Axamer Lizum)
⭢ Bärenhütte= Pleisenhütte
⭢ Hotel Edelweiss, Götzens
⭢ Tiroler Haus
⭢ Public skibus to the Axamer Lizum
⭢ Golfstüberl Birgitz
⭢ Sportcafe Götzens
⭢ Intersport Axamer Lizum
⭢ Gasthaus Bini´s
⭢ Alparthotel, Götzens
ATTENTION IMPORTANT! All people who were in bars and après-ski locations in Mayrhofen and in Gerlos in the Zillertal Valley as well as in Zell am Ziller and Aschau-Kaltenbach from 8 to 15 March should closely observe their state of health. Austrian guests who experience symptoms of the Coronavirus should call the hotline 1450. Guests from other countries should contact their respective health authorities. This advice applies in particular to people who were in the following bars and après-ski locations:
⭢ Mayrhofen: Brück’n Stadl, Scotland Yard Pub, Hotel Strass “Arena Club”, “Steakhouse” restaurant, “Happy End“ café / bar
⭢ Gerlos: “Skihütte” Aprés-ski location, Seppi’s Gerlos
⭢ Zell am Ziller: Zellerstuben, Hili Bar
⭢ Aschau-Kaltenbach: „Marendalm“ restaurant
Entering and leaving Tirol is only permitted in exceptional circumstances. This applies to all border crossings as well as to Innsbruck Airport and all public transport. The borders with Italy, Switzerland and Germany are closed. Please note that these restrictions do not apply to holidaymakers travelling home, people travelling to and from work as well as the transport of goods. For more information please click here.
In Tirol there are as of 06 April 2020, 08:15 a.m. 1.794 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (people fully recovered excluded).
Since 18 March 2020 (24:00) all 279 municipalities in Tirol have been under quarantine. For more details click here.
All ski resorts in Tirol have closed. This decree issued by the authorities will remain in place until at least 13 April 2020. For more information on ski resorts in Tirol please click here.
Accommodation providers (hotels, apartments, private rooms, etc.) are closed to guests from 16 March 2020 (24:00). This decree issued by the authorities will remain in place until at least 13 April 2020.
A range of decrees issued by the Austrian government at national level and Tirolean government at regional level are causing significant restrictions to daily life.
These comprehensive measures, which will result in the winter season finishing early, have been agreed in close cooperation with the authorities and the tourism industry. The health and safety of the local population, staff and guests from around the world is our number one priority.
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