Europe’s vaccine calls for protest protests

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No European nation has gone as far as Austria. An increase in cases in combination with vaccination activities – 64 percent of the number the population is fully vaccinated, a figure that is lower than in Italy, France, Portugal and Germany – led the leaders there to announce a nationwide vaccination mandate starting in February. As a stop, the country last week declared a lockdown of the unvaccinated. The government later introduced Europe’s first broader national lockdown of the autumn, one that will begin on Monday and last for at least 10 days. After that, the lockdown may cease for the vaccinated, but it unvaccinated will still face entry restrictions at hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, gyms, cinemas, theaters, Christmas markets, ski resorts and for personal service such as salons.

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