Austria considering implementing lockdown for unvaccinated people

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Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg says he is considering imposing a lockdown on people who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus if case numbers continue to rise, The Associated Press reported.

In a meeting with state-level leaders on Friday, Schallenberg said the country would limit entrance into businesses to those who are vaccinated if the number of COVID patients in intensive care reaches is 25 percent of the country’s total ICU capacity, which is 500.

Unvaccinated residents would only be allowed to leave their homes for specific reasons if the number of patients in intensive care reaches 600, or one-third of total capacity, the AP added.
thehill.com/policy/international/europe/578137-austrian-chancellor-considering-implementing-lockdown-for?rl=1

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