A sign for customers to be either vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in Salzburg, Austria, on November 12. Parts of the country are introducing a lockdown for the unvaccinated from Monday. A nationwide lockdown for those who have not had a jab may follow. Photo: AFP
A sign for customers to be either vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in Salzburg, Austria, on November 12. Parts of the country are introducing a lockdown for the unvaccinated from Monday. A nationwide lockdown for those who have not had a jab may follow. Photo: AFP

Austria considers national lockdown for unvaccinated as Covid-19 cases keep rising

  • Only around 65 per cent of the population is fully jabbed; chancellor urges people to get their shots
  • Partial lockdown begins on Monday; possible nationwide one will be discussed over the weekend

Topic |   Coronavirus vaccine
A sign for customers to be either vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in Salzburg, Austria, on November 12. Parts of the country are introducing a lockdown for the unvaccinated from Monday. A nationwide lockdown for those who have not had a jab may follow. Photo: AFP
A sign for customers to be either vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 in Salzburg, Austria, on November 12. Parts of the country are introducing a lockdown for the unvaccinated from Monday. A nationwide lockdown for those who have not had a jab may follow. Photo: AFP
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