We have a well thought-out safety measures and hygiene concept that is constantly adapted to the legal regulations and the latest scientific findings. We do our utmost to ensure that the youth camp takes place under safe conditions and that the young people can fully concentrate on learning German and on the leisure programme. Our goal: a safe campus without viruses.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
For arrival we expect a negative PCR test from all participants. Please arrange for such a test in good time. The corresponding certificate must be presented upon arrival.
When entering Austria, such as via Vienna Airport, a PCR test must not be older than 78 hours as a rule. Further information can be found on the austria.info
If a current PCR test is required for the journey home, this can be booked as an option and is paid for on site. Costs: EUR 90,- €.
AT THE COURSE
Rapid tests are an important component of our protection concept. We conduct a test on all participants before they enter the camp. During the course, we also carry out tests on all participants three times a week as standard. Tests are also carried out immediately in the case of minor suspicions during the course.
The natural location of the course also enables us to minimise contact with the outside world and thus the risk of infection. Individual rules for minimising contact are taught in a playful manner.
In the event of high incidence rates and a possible threat to our protection concept, we reserve the right to organise day trips close to nature.
IN THE EVENT OF AN INCIDENT
Should an infection occur, we have the necessary personnel and spatial resources to enable a supervised quarantine on site. Any necessary care beyond the date of departure is also possible. Our insurance will cover the costs up to a pre-determined maximum amount.
All caregivers and house staff will be PCR tested or already vaccinated according to the Austrian vaccination schedule before starting work. In addition, all staff will also be tested three times a week.
Furthermore, all hygiene regulations of the Austrian Ministry of Health apply. Adjustments to our concept will be published in due time.