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How lockdowns for the unvaccinated swept across central Europe

21 November 2021

4:43 PM

21 November 2021

4:43 PM

What began in Austria has spread to Germany, then the Czech Republic and now Slovakia. Lockdowns for the unvaccinated are sweeping across central Europe, with Austria now declaring that vaccinations will be made compulsory in the country.

Why did these extreme lockdowns become so popular in central Europe? Part of the reason is that the region is at the epicentre of the global pandemic.

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