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University of Vienna Requires Vaccination/Test Certificates for In-Person Classes

The University of Vienna has started implementing ‘2.5 G Rule’ measures, which oblige everyone, including travelers, to provide valid proof of vaccination or recovery in order to allow them access to various inland regions while in Austria.

“In Austria, the 2-G (“vaccine, repossessed”) rule is in effect in many areas. Access to accommodation, restaurants/pubs, cable cars, and cultural institutions, among others, is only possible with proof of complete vaccination/previous infection. The website reveals. The university’s official reports that a negative Covid-19 test is no longer sufficient.

Regarding the ‘Rule 2-G’, the authorities made it clear that the measure does not apply to children under the age of 12 and those between the ages of 12 and 18. However, a solution for these ages is in the pipeline, reports. previously reported that in Austria, the requirement to prove vaccination or cure when attending public places has started to apply widely. This measure was introduced due to the increased rates of positive cases of COVID-19 in Austria and in other member states of the European Union.

Currently, universities in Austria that require a COVID-19 vaccine or negative test include:

University of Salzburg, University of Danube, University of Krems, University of Graz, Medical University of Leoben, University of Graz, Vienna Economics and Business, Innsbruck University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna University of Technology Graz

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Like Austria, German universities have announced a similar measure for their students under the 3G module, which stands for vaccination, recovery or testing. Currently, universities that require a vaccination or test document for students to attend classes in person include the following institutions out of a total of 39 universities:

European University of Düsseldorf Fiadrina University Leipzig International University of Karlsruhe International University of Bremen Folkwang University of the Arts Frankfurt School of Finance and Management University of Konstanz

Erudera News recently launched a screening tool that helps students find out which universities require proof of vaccination in order to attend co-curricular activities in person.

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In general, European students must have an EU Digital COVID-19 certificate, which means they have been fully vaccinated with one of the following vaccines:

Comirnaty (BioNTech, Pfizer) Moderna Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine formerly AstraZeneca, Oxford) Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

The document is also issued to those who have had COVID-19 from 30 to 180 days.

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