Holidays in Austria are available for Russians who have been ill with covid
Austria has specified the conditions under which Russians can visit public places. Now, tourists from Russia can book a ski tour to Austria with a certificate and be sure that they will not be quarantined.
Russians can enter Austria if they provide a negative PCR test result or a certificate of vaccination with drugs approved by WHO and EMA (there are no Russian vaccines in this list).
Russians who do not have foreign vaccinations (both unvaccinated and those who have a Russian vaccine certificate from the State Services) need to go through a 10-days quarantine upon arrival in Austria, which can be completed after 5 days, if they receive a negative PCR test.
Russians, who had been ill with coronavirus, are in a more advantageous position. They do not have to go through quarantine upon arrival. And, as Austrian Tourism Office reported, with the relevant documents they are subject to the category of persons vaccinated or have been ill with covid.
Within 180 days after the date of recovery from coronavirus infection, the Russian official certificate of recovery in English (for example, a certificate from the website of the State Service) can be used to enter Austria.