Freedom for Now: France and Austria Lift Almost All Remaining Lockdown Rules

Freedom for Now: France and Austria Lift Almost All Remaining Lockdown Rules


Authorities in both Austria and France have finally lifted almost all remaining COVID-19 lockdown rules in place in their countries.

After having used a wide variety of coercive measures to try and force individuals to get vaccinated, both France and Austria have finally pulled the plug on their COVID-19 lockdown rules, with the states leaving only a few small measures in place designed to curb new outbreaks.

Both countries had pursued hardline vaccine passport measures aimed at limiting the access unjabbed individuals had to the outside world, though both were met with only limited success.

Meanwhile, other countries in the EU, such as Germany and Ireland, are mulling bringing back restrictions ahead of the coming winter.

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According to reports by Le Figaro and Der Spiegel,

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