General lockdown since Monday in Austria


BOLZANO, 19 NOV – General lockdown since Monday in Austria. It will last 20 days and then continue for the unvaccinated. This was announced in the morning by Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg, adding that from February 1, the country will also be obliged to vaccinate. “Despite months of effort, we haven’t been able to get enough people to get vaccinated,” Schallenberg commented. “There are too many political forces going against us.” The chancellor then spoke of an “attack on the health system”. (ANSA).

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