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Vaccination against seasonal influenza

In 2020/2021, the vaccination against seasonal influenza is available free of charge for everyone living in Vienna, and for the staff of all medical or social welfare facilities. more

Events
Theatre performances, movie shows and other events with an audience of up to 100 persons are allowed again indoors and outdoors. General social distancing and other rules specific to events apply.
Archives, museums, libraries, exhibitions and zoos such as Schöbrunn Zoo have been open again since 15 May 2020.

Social distancing of one metre is mandatory at all events without assigned seats.

 
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Vienna City Council elections: Cast your vote early!

The elections to the Vienna City Council and district councils will be held on 11 October 2020. With your voting card you can cast your vote early. more

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Coronavirus: What you need to know

Everything you need to know about coronavirus. We provide answers to FAQs about risk of infection, basic protective measures and hospitals in Vienna. more

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Coronavirus information service

The Integration and Diversity Department (MA17) offers a multilingual information service during the corona crisis. more

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Studying in Vienna

Vienna is internationally renowned as university town. It has the largest number of students in the German-speaking countries. more