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Meeting participants are reminded that in line with the guidelines of the Austrian authorities and recommendations of the VIC Medical Service, all persons entering the VIC are required to comply with the low epidemiological risk criteria as defined by the Host Country: proof of a full vaccination not older than 360 days and valid from the date of second vaccination, or proof of full vaccination with a vaccine that does not require a booster shot (e.g. Johnson & Johnson) not older than 360 days and valid from the 22nd day after vaccination; proof of one vaccination dose not older than 360 days following a positive PCR test or positive antibodies test or a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 illness not older than 180 days, or proof of positive COVID-19 antibody test (with a result of 15 BAU or above) not older than 90 days; or proof of a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours (as applied in Vienna), or a rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours. In this regard, by swiping their grounds pass/badge, meeting participants entering the VIC declare that they possess valid documentation meeting one or more of these criteria. They also confirm that they will produce the documentation to the conference, meeting and event organizers, UN Security and Safety Service (UNSSS) officers or VIC Medical Service, if required. In addition, participants are required to provide their contact details to the meeting organizers to facilitate contract tracing if needed, keep a distance of at least one meter and wear FFP 2 masks in meeting rooms and in all VIC common areas.

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