Austria’s head of state calls for solidarity

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VIENNA (dpa-AFX) – Austria’s Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen warns of a rift in society in view of the debates over the new lockdown. “Let’s not divide us apart,” said Van der Bellen in a televised address on Friday evening. The reactions should not be dominated by anger, pain and anger, but by the insight that only exit restrictions could break the massive fourth corona wave. The head of state also expressly defended the mandatory vaccination announced by the government. The guarantors have rights, but also obligations. This includes the duty to protect the community, said Van der Bellen.

The decision to lockdown was made late, but in principle it was completely correct. “It just couldn’t go on like this.” Due to the daily record number of new corona infections, Austria now has a seven-day incidence per 100,000 inhabitants of 1050. On Monday, all citizens have to go into a lockdown, which should end on December 13th for those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered. The lockdown then continues to apply to unvaccinated people. A corona vaccination should be mandatory from February 2022./mrd/DP/he


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