- Austria was one of the few countries in the world to make jabs compulsory
- The law took effect in February and called for fines up to 3,600 euros
- Ministers say the law is no longer justified by the danger posed by the pandemic
Austria is suspending mandatory Covid-19 vaccines for all adults saying the pandemic no longer poses the same danger, just weeks after the law took effect.
The Alpine nation of nine million people was one of the few countries in the world to make jabs against the coronavirus compulsory for all adults.
The law took effect in February and called for fines up to 3,600 euros (£3,000) from mid-March for those who do not comply.
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