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Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg on Sunday announced the country is placing millions of people who aren’t fully vaccinated for COVID-19 on lockdown starting Monday.

Interior Minister Karl Nehammer said there will be thorough police checks and fines of up to 1,450 euros ($1,660) for breaches, and all interactions with the police will include checking people’s vaccination status. The move drew considerable condemnation online, with some commentators noting that it would severely limit freedom of movement for potentially millions of people.

“As of tomorrow, every citizen, every person who lives in Austria must be aware that they can be checked by the police,” Nehammer told the news conference.

Full article at zerohedge.com

 


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( November 15th, 2021 @ 7:24 pm )
 
This lockdown by Austria's caretaker Chancellor is getting criticism from others in Europe, such as: www.conservativehome.com

Schallenberg is only filling in as Chancellor due to a political hit job by the Green Party on Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who is now serving as party leader of the Austrian Peoples Party in parliament. After the last election, the conservative Peoples Party had a choice of forming a coalition with either the populist-nationalist Freedom Party, its previous coalition partner, or the Green Party. The Freedom Party was still miffed about Kurz' reaction to a major scandal within the Freedom Party during the coalition period and not very cooperative, while the Greens were so eager to get into government, they were willing to go along with just about all of the Peoples Party's more conservative policies.

Unfortunately, one of the cabinet ministries given to the Greens was the Justice Ministry, and the Greens apparently learned the US Democrats tricks of phony investigations of Donald Trump. Their Justice Minister announced an investigation of an apparently frivolous corruption complaint against Kurz. Due to that investigation, Kurz had to stand down as Chancellor until the investigation was completed, and the Greens are dragging that out. There are indications that Kurz is talking to the Freedom Party about changing his coalition partner after the bogus investigation is put behind him. The biggest bone of contention the Greens have with Kurz is his strong stand against illegal immigration.

Schallenberg's lockdown is just stupid and risks damaging all the work Kurz has done to build the party in the last two elections.



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