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Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has announced further easing after a visa conference with representatives of countries less affected by the coronavirus. Several ministries are currently preparing them.
"Our access is as much freedom as possible, but as much restriction as necessary," said the 33-year-old in Vienna."phase of personal responsibility"
"The next phase is the phase that we can announce on Friday is that of personal responsibility." Kurz explained. It was important to "use as much common sense as possible". But you also have to be prepared for setbacks.
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"Especially when you loosen up, professional containment is crucial," said the Chancellor. If someone newly infected, the isolation of that person must be ensured.
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In the past few days, the number of new infections confirmed by tests in Austria was less than 50.
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