As Europe has become the epicenter of COVID-19 again, the Austrian government decided to order a nationwide lockdown for unvaccinated people starting at midnight on Sunday to combat rising coronavirus infections and deaths.
The strict move prohibits unvaccinated people 12 and older from leaving their homes except for essential activities such as working and buying of food.
Some European countries are at the worst stage of their outbreaks since the pandemic began.
At the end of September 2021, the Dutch celebrated the seeming end of the corona pandemic in Holland. Now the government is sending the country back into partial lockdown, and the people are confused.
The Austrian government had no other choice because in Austria, covid-19 infections are at their peak, with an average of nearly 11,000 new infections reported each day.
Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg told reporters in Vienna that “It’s our job as the government of Austria to protect the people.”
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Unlike in America where Republicans are kicking against President Biden’s vaccine mandate, the order by the Austrian chancellor met with little or no challenge.
The idea of restrictions that specifically target the unvaccinated may soon be enforced in Germany which is Europe’s largest economy could follow Austria’s lockdown for the unvaccinated due to the fact that there is also a rise in infection rate there.
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