We will be traveling to Vienna from the US via Munich next week, with our 9-year-old son who has not been vaccinated, just wanted to make sure I understand Austria's quarantine requirements correctly.
If I understand everything correctly, as far as Austria is concerned there are three categories of countries when it comes to COVID risks: (1) "safe countries with low incidence rate" (2) " virus variant areas"or countries, (3) all other countries. Currently the US is still considered a "safe country", however in the event that the US is removed from the list of safe countries as Germany just did on August 15th, the US would fall under the category of "all other countries". In this case, when it comes to the need to quarantine, our 9-year-old son doesn't need to be quarantined as long as we, the parents have been vaccinated, did I get this right?
I found the following verbiage on www.austria.info which states
"Children up to the age of 17 are able to enter Austria with no need to quarantine if accompanied by their fully vaccinated parents, but from the ages of 12 to 17 they also have to show proof of a negative test/past infection/vaccination."
Just wanted to confirm. Thank you for your help!