Schallenberg books appointments for unvaccinated residents of Vienna

As of this writing about two million of Austria’s nine million residents remain unvaccinated. Those who continue to remain unvaccinated once February 1 arrives could face fines up to 3,600 euros (roughly $4,000) or a four-week prison sentence.

Those who refuse to comply with the “booster” shot program could also be punished with a fine of up to 1,450 euros (roughly $1,600) or a similar four-week prison sentence.

In Vienna, the nation’s capital, about 340,000 residents remain unvaccinated. All of them have received letters in the mail notifying them that appointments have been booked for them by Schallenberg to receive their injections whether they like it or not.

As for the next full, nationwide lockdown, Schallenberg announced that it will go for an initial 10 days before being “reevaluated.” After that, if he is still unhappy at the progress of his jab push, that lockdown will be extended for another 10 days.

Until that lockdown is declared to be over, all citizens of Austria, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, will only be allowed to leave their homes for “essential” purposes as Schallenberg defines essential.

Schools will remain open, but Schallenberg is ordering Austrians to keep their children at home “whenever possible,” whatever that means.

New “cases” of the Chinese Virus are supposedly rising, which is the justification behind this latest wave of fascism. However, there is no evidence to suggest that there is really an excess of sick people in Austria – unless, of course, we are talking about the “fully vaccinated” who are getting sick from their injections.

“From Austria, first came Hitler, now it’s Schallenberg,” wrote one commenter at LifeSiteNews. “In the end, both will have lots of blood on their hands.”

“Weren’t they the first country to institute death camps?” asked another. “If so, they are well practiced and should have no trouble controlling their complacent citizens. Same script as before, déjà vu.”

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