Starting Monday, passengers who fly into Vienna International Airport can get a coronavirus test. If they test negative, they can skip the required 14-day quarantine.
The coronavirus test takes three hours to process. There’s one catch: It costs 190 euros, or more than $200.
According to the airport’s website, people who test positive will be notified immediately by phone. The result will also be reported to public health authorities.
The tests are only given to people who are showing no symptoms or who have not come in contact with a potentially infected person.
Further, Austria is only admitting people who are European citizens into the country, with limited exceptions for diplomatic personnel, and seasonal, humanitarian and health care workers.
Before, the only other way to skip the quarantine was to present a medical certificate, no more than four days old, showing a negative test result.
The medical certificate must be in German or English.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, Austria has 15,597 coronavirus cases and 598 deaths. In comparison, 18,925 people have died in New York City.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Pricey coronavirus test lets Vienna Airport travelers skip quarantine