Protest in Austria as government mulls lockdown for unvaccinated (VIDEO) — Analysis

Protesters in Salzburg, Austria’s fourth-largest city, denounced a regional plan to ban the unvaccinated from leaving their homes for non-essential reasons. On Sunday, the government will make the final decision on whether or not to extend this ban across all of Austria.

On Saturday afternoon, people marched towards the ORF’s regional office. “compulsory vaccination”And the “lying media.”Police say that more than 1,000 protesters took part.

A large black banner with the word ‘Revolution’ was carried, as well as signs reading “Freedom”And “‘No’ Remains ‘No.’”

On Sunday, the Austrian government will make a decision about whether it will impose a national lockdown on the unvaccinated to relieve pressure on ICUs and hospitals. Alexander Van der Bellen, the President of Austrian Government stated Saturday that the situation would worsen unless immediate measures are taken.

Upper Austria, Salzburg and the hardest hit regions by Covid-19 have announced that they are banning anyone without a valid vaccination certificate from departing home for any non-essential reason starting Monday.

Unvaccinated people and those who have not shown recent recovery from coronavirus can’t visit certain businesses and events, including hair salons.

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