Formula 1 personnel will be tested for coronavirus every five days when the 2020 season gets underway next week.
Formula 1 will operate under revised conditions, with no motorhomes in the paddock, no guests, and no fans, while each team will have a limit of 80 personnel.
Travel and accommodation has also been organised in order to separate people as much as possible.
Formula 1 bosses had previously indicated that tests would be carried out every 48 hours but this has now been revised to every five days under new guidelines.
“We will be operating in team bubbles and unable to interact with other team bubbles, even those within the paddock who have also been tested,” revealed Red Bull boss Christian Horner.
“There are many operational procedures that have taken a monumental effort from all involved within the team to update, and sacrifices have also been made by those travelling personnel as they will be heavily restricted when in other countries.
“The strangest thing will be either going to the grid or the post-race procedure. What do you do? Tap elbows with someone afterwards if you have a good result?
“There is always a lot of emotion when you are at the end of a Grand Prix, especially if you are lucky enough to get a result, so that is going to test discipline to the full.”
Horner also believes the two events at the Red Bull Ring – which will be titled the Austrian and Styrian Grand Prix respectively – will provide the framework for the remainder of the season.
“Myself and Helmut [Marko] have been in regular contact with those at the Red Bull Ring,” he added.
“They have worked hard with F1’s owners, Liberty Media, and the sport’s governing body, the FIA, and thrown everything at it to get the two races up and running in Austria.
“It has now proved to be a blueprint for the races that follow and all precautions are in place to return to racing safely.”