Lockdown ends in Austria for vaccinated people
The lockdown imposed by the skyrocketing number of coronavirus infections in Austria ends on Sunday – but only for those who have been vaccinated.
The lockdown imposed by the skyrocketing number of coronavirus infections in Austria ends on Sunday – but only for those who have been vaccinated. But in the federal states, the relief is different: in Burgenland, Tirol and Vorarlberg, for example, it is again possible to visit hostels and stay in hotels. In Salzburg, Upper Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Lower Austria, the former restaurant and accommodation restrictions are in effect until December 17, in Vienna until December 20.
In Austria, since November 22, you have only been allowed to leave your apartment for urgent reasons such as visiting a doctor, working and shopping for groceries. This applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. For the latter, the closure should also apply after Sunday. Tens of thousands of people have repeatedly demonstrated against strict rules and mandatory vaccination from February 1, also on Saturday in Vienna.
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