Austria suspends compulsory vaccination against Covid-19

The government of Austria has decided this Wednesday to suspend compulsory vaccination against Covid-19, a measure that has caused much controversy in the European country.

The Austrian Minister of Health, Johannes Rauch, announced that the authorities will re-evaluate the need for the measure in May or June, according to the newspaper. Right Standard.

Austria has recorded strong protests against compulsory vaccination against the coronavirus and, in recent weeks, they have also positioned themselves against some state governors. The Minister for Constitutional Affairs, Karoline Edtstadler, has warned that the law may be back in force “if the worst comes to the worst.”

The annulment of the regulations comes on the same day that Austria has marked another maximum number of daily cases of Covid-19, a total of 47,795. In addition, the authorities have confirmed the death of another 42 people. So far, more than 2.9 million people have been infected in the European country.


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