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Vienna. The failed Corona management in Austria has fell extremely the mistrust of the citizens against the government. The discomfort extracts highly but also the opposition, show several studies.
up to 75 percent of citizens now familiar to the Alliance of ÖVP and Greens no longer, the political scientist Peter Filzmaier said on Monday on the basis of various studies. "The feeling of alternativeness makes things worse," said Filzmaier of the German Press Agency. The government also expirable in the mistakes to work with promises whose compliance could guarantee no one. "Nobody can say if the Corona numbers are really at a level in 20 days, that the Lockdown ends." Since Monday, in Austria, initial restrictions on which the pandemic should be contained.
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Open are only shops of daily needs that rest culture, the museums and cinemas have closed. People are allowed to leave their home only for a valid reason. This also includes a walk or a jogging run. The schools are open, it is left to the parents whether they send their offspring to teaching. The police want to monitor with numerous controls as to whether the regulations are complied with.
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According to Filzmaier, it would be the highest time to slowly prepare for a fifth wave to regain the confidence slowly. For this purpose, the procurement of Corona's effective drugs or the future smooth distribution of vaccines, especially in the case of mutations, can be included. "It's not enough to work with positive keywords and partial truths," said the political scientist.
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The personal restrictions brought new corona requirements drive the Austrians on the road. In Vienna and elsewhere there were rallies. © Lisa Leutner / AP / picture alliance Provided by German wave Before there is a nationwide lockdown for all on Monday, tens of thousands of people have gathered to protest in Austria. In the capital Vienna, there were around 30,000 people according to estimates of the police.
To start the lockdown, with 13 806 cases, the highest value on new infections has been recorded within 24 hours on a Monday. The seven-day incidence was around 1100. The utilization of the clinics and intensive stations rose again. The Lockdown should end according to previous information of the government on 13 December. For uncovered he should continue to persist. In addition, a corona vaccination obligation is planned from February 2022. The details as well as any sanctions in non-attention will still be advised. Currently, about 66 percent of Austrians are completely vaccinated.
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