it's time to cook
Lederhosen, traditional costumes and local music sounds: with the "Aufkocht wead" event, Kufstein's town centre is all about tradition on 26 June.
Saturday, 26 June sees the start of an inviting programme for visitors to the town of Kufstein. Under the motto "Aufkocht wead", tradition will be presented in all its facets from 12:00 to 20:00.
The locals will be offering festive delicacies to the accompaniment of local music. In the gardens of the Purlepaus, Goldener Löwe, Auracher Löchl, Das Fischergries, Andreas Hofer and Bräustüberl restaurants, Tyrolean specialities such as cheese spaetzle, ribs, cheese dumplings and much more will be cooked up while traditional music groups parade through the town.
All visitors who take their best traditional costume or lederhosen out of the wardrobe will be rewarded in an imperial way: traditional dirndls and buam will get a free small beer with a main course.
Until the Green Pass can be used in Austria, the following credentials may be used for admission from 19 May: (info according to www.sozialministerium.at)
Persons who have already received a Corona vaccination can prove this with their yellow vaccination card, the vaccination card used in some federal provinces or temporarily also with a printout of the data from the e-vaccination card. The proof of vaccination is valid from the 22nd day after the first vaccination. After full immunisation (receipt of all recommended doses of the respective vaccine), the vaccination certificate remains valid for a total of 9 months from the 1st vaccination (subject to scientific knowledge).
Validity of vaccination in detail:
The 1st partial vaccination is valid from the 22nd day until a maximum of 3 months after the initial vaccination. The 2nd partial vaccination extends the validity period by a further 6 months (thus a total of 9 months from the 1st partial vaccination). Vaccines for which only one partial vaccination is planned (e.g. from Johnson & Johnson) are valid from the 22nd day after vaccination for a total of 9 months from the day of vaccination. For persons who have already recovered and who, from today's point of view, only need a partial vaccination, the vaccination is valid for 9 months from the day of vaccination.
Persons who have been tested can prove this with their negative test result. The period of validity is based on the previously established periods. The sampling of a molecular biological test (e.g. PCR) must not be longer than 72 hours, that of an antigen test not longer than 48 hours. Self-tests ("living room tests") that are recorded in an official data processing system of the countries have a validity period of 24 hours.
Persons who have already been infected with SARS-CoV-2 can prove this with their certificate of segregation or a medical confirmation of an infection with SARS-CoV-2 that occurred in the past six months and has already passed. Proof of a positive test for neutralising antibodies is valid for three months.
For children up to the age of ten and children attending primary school, the accompanying person's proof of admission is valid. After that, a separate proof of admission must be provided.