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Compulsory vaccination ends in Austria


The law has deepened social rifts, writes the Kleine Zeitung:

“After seven months, the controversial instrument has lastly been labeled as unsuitable. The realisation comes late; references to viral mutations fall wanting the mark. … The logic of punishment didn’t work. Playing teams off in opposition to one another – the nice vaccinated on the one aspect, the unvaccinated dissenters on the opposite – could assist to win elections. But if what you need is commonsense, solidarity-based motion this has the alternative impact. And burying obligatory vaccination can be an admission: it didn’t make anybody get vaccinated who was not planning to take action anyway. On the opposite, it exacerbated divisions in society.”

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