Austria Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Admits Causing Social Division – IOTW Report

Austria Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Admits Causing Social Division

National Pulse: The nation of Austria has suspended its controversial COVID-19 vaccine mandate, with government officials citing concerns about the policy infringing on individual freedoms.

Ministers for health and constitutional affairs announced the move on June 22nd, just six days before individuals who failed to comply with the policy would have begun receiving fines for their decision.

The measure was the most comprehensive mandate within the European Union, as it applied to all adults with virtually no exceptions. It had been in effect since February 5th, 2022, but enforcement formally began on March 15th, 2022. more


7 Comments on Austria Drops COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate, Admits Causing Social Division

  1. HA! It caused a lot more than social division. I think Austria is looking to get the pressure off of all their deaths and injuries from the jab. Maybe they’re overwhelmed in their hospitals from covid injuries and deaths. We know they had them…

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  2. Translation:

    They finally realized the vaxes were killing and maiming people. But they can’t admit that or they’d admit liability. So, they plead the lesser charge: violation of rights.

    Remind me not to visit Austria.

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  3. At the same time they extended a vax passport for a year. This is just taking the pedal off the gas of total tyranny because of too much push back, letting people calm down, but keeping your foot on the neck by limiting everything anyone not complying can do.

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