Published 6 December 2021 at 14.02
Abroad. In Austria, hefty fines now await anyone who refuses to be vaccinated against covid-19 – and imprisonment for those who can not or do not want to pay the fine, reports Kronen Zeitung.
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The Austrian government's plan to forcibly vaccinate its population is becoming increasingly clear.
According to a first draft of the law, the following should apply to the country's citizens, reports Kronen Zeitung:
Compulsory vaccination is valid from 1 February. From 15 February 2022, all unvaccinated people will have an appointment booked for vaccination. From 15 March, vaccine refusers will be fined € 600 every three months. According to the draft, the maximum fine is 3,600 euros or 2,400 euros per year.
If you are not able to pay these amounts, the fine is converted into imprisonment, writes Kronen Zeitung.
The vaccination obligation applies to all Austrians citizens, with the exception of these groups: Children up to 14 years, pregnant women and persons recovering from covid-19 (up to 180 days after a positive PCR test).
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