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Coronavirus in Austria: Vaccination will be Imposed from February 1st

EPIDEMIC: The chancellor of Austria announced the confinement of the entire population from Monday and compulsory vaccination from the 1st February As a new wave of coronavirus hits various European countries, Austria will take drastic measures. Conservative Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg thus announced this Friday the confinement from Monday, for “a period of 20 days”, of the entire population, including therefore people with a […]

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Batch of AstraZeneca discarded in Austria after death of nurse

Vaccination in Austria: A Batch of AstraZeneca Discarded as a Precaution after the Death of a Nurse

VACCINES: European Medicines Agency investigation found no link between causes of death and the AstraZeneca vaccination The European Medicines Agency announced on Wednesday that a preliminary investigation had established no link between AstraZeneca’s vaccine against Covid-19 and the death of an Austrian nurse who had been injected with it. In the wake of this death, the Austrian health authorities had stopped administering […]

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Demonstration in Austria against Covid-19 restrictions

Coronavirus in Austria: Thousands of Protesters in Vienna Against Health Restrictions

DISPUTES: This demonstration against the Covid-19 health restrictions in Austria, was organized by the FPO, the Austrian far-right party Several thousand demonstrators once again marched through central Vienna on Saturday to protest restrictions intended to stem the coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic. The police announced that they had made a few arrests, some at the end of the demonstration when some people refused […]

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0,000 participants in a demonstration against anti-Covid-19 measures in Austria

Coronavirus in Austria: 10,000 Participants in a Demonstration Against Anti-Covid-19 Measures

EPIDEMIC: Former Home Secretary Herbert Kickl, member of the FPÖ party, called earlier in the week to take to the streets against the curfew and the third confinement in force About 10,000 people braved Sunday in Vienna ( Austria ) a ban on demonstrating against the curfew and confinement decided by the government to try to contain the coronavirus. […]

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Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas, winner of the Austrian GP at Spielberg, on July 5, 2020.

Formula 1: Bottas of Mercedes Wins the first GP of the Season behind Closed Doors

Finn Valtteri Bottas of the Mercedes team won the Grand Prix opening of the F1 season, which was held without an audience in Austria on Sunday 5th July 2020. Finn Valtteri Bottas of the Mercedes team won the Formula 1 opening season Grand Prix on Sunday 5th July 2020 in Austria, which was held behind closed doors after more than three months of delay due to the coronavirus. […]

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Minister of Health Matt Hancock, on a video capture of the British Parliament, in London on March 25, 2020.

Coronavirus Covid-19: Boris Johnson Placed in Intensive Care, Situation Worsens in the Rest of the World

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was placed, contaminated by the coronavirus for ten days, was placed in intensive care. To date, he is said to be “seriously ill”. The health of Boris Johnson, a patient of the Coronavirus Covid-19, has brutally deteriorated: the British Prime Minister is in intensive care this Tuesday, April 7, 2020, while the United States already has more […]

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Tessa Worley wins the opening giant in Sölden on October 27, 2018.

Alpine Ski World Cup: Frenchwoman Tessa Worley Wins Opening Giant in Sölden, Austria

France’s Tessa Worley on Saturday won the opening giant of the Alpine Ski World Cup, taking her first win in Sölden (Austria), the thirteenth of her career. France’s Tessa Worley on Saturday won the opening giant of the Alpine Ski World Cup , taking her first win in Sölden (Austria), the thirteenth of her career. Third in the first run, […]

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