COVID-19: Austria’s unvaccinated placed into lockdown.

As unvaccinated residents in Austria are plunged into lockdown this week, we speak with two people living in the country about the new measures. The lockdown has been brought in as around 65% of the population is fully vaccinated against Covid-19, one of the lowest rates in western Europe. The new rules mean anyone without a vaccine will have to stay indoors, except for work, school, exercise and buying essentials. Alfred and Alisdair, who both live in Linz, share their thoughts on the lockdown, how effective they think it’ll be, and how fair they think it is.

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