ER Editor: What’s the tactic here? To wake people up to complete government tyranny in order to fight back? If there is such a dire public health problem and the vaccine is the solution, why wait until February 1 to impose it? Already unions representing the police and military are set to join a massive protest TOMORROW, which now has additional reason to grow in size and anger. See Austria Rises Up Against “Health Dictatorship” – Big Protest Nov. 20. Without these people, how on earth could such a scheme be carried out? It smells fishy to us.
See also this for the duplicitous government tactic of declaring a medical emergency: ‘Count’ Schallenberg Relies on Heavily Ramped Up Testing to Generate His Brand of Tyranny
Austria imposes compulsory vaccination from February 1 & nationwide lockdown starting Monday
Austria will introduce a full lockdown that could last for three weeks on Monday in an attempt to tackle a new wave of Covid-19 infections. The government has also ordered the entire population to get vaccinated from February 1.
He stated that the restrictions could be extended if infection rates did not start to fall, but he insisted the lockdown would not exceed 20 days.
The measures concern the entire Austrian population. The government has already imposed a partial lockdown on the unvaccinated in an effort to reduce hospitalization rates amid a surge in Covid-19 cases.
When the full lockdown ends, restrictions will remain in place for the unvaccinated.
Schallenberg’s announcement came after a meeting of nine state governors, two of whom had already vowed to introduce full lockdowns in their regions on Monday, in the western province of Tyrol.
The chancellor also announced that vaccinations would be mandatory from February 1. “We haven’t been able to convince enough people to vaccinate. For too long, I and others have assumed that you can convince people to get vaccinated,” he added, giving his rationale for the mandate.
Schallenberg said he lamented the political forces, radical opposition, and fake news fighting against vaccination.
Austria has one of the lowest vaccination rates in western Europe, with only 65% inoculated against the deadly virus according to data from Johns Hopkins university.
Infection rates are almost among the highest on the continent. The seven-day incidence rate stands at 971.5 per 100,000 people.
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