As evidence of vaccination, all of the vaccines which have been authorised by the EMA or have successfully passed the evaluation process of the WHO are recognised
The second dose of vaccines and any subsequent vaccination will be recognised for up to 270 days after they are received.
Between the first and second vaccination a period of at least 14 days must have passed, and between a second and third vaccination there must be a gap of at least 90 days.
Proof of vaccination as defined in the entry regulation can only be provided by a document written in Latin characters issued in German or English (e.g. a yellow vaccination pass) mentioning vaccination with a vaccine which has been authorised by the EMA or which has completed the WHO's EUL process (Emergency Use Listing Procedure).
Entry from states and regions that are not virus variant areas: proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result, no quarantine
Austria will recognise only vaccination passes that show that the holder has taken the second vaccine dose within the last 180 days to prove their “2-G” status.
Austria will still permit entry to those who got their last dose within 270 days. However, since they can’t meet the “2-G-rule”, they will be subject to additional restrictions, such as presenting a pre-entry PCR test.
If you were vaccinated overseas and do not have an ICVC, you will need to present a foreign vaccination certificate to airline staff that meets all of the requirements outlined on the Australian Passport Office website.