Lockdown in Austria may last until January 24

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The lockdown ending on January 18 is history. Exit restrictions and business shutdown remain in place.

Those who did not want to be subject to the 24-hour curfew and other lockdown measures until January 24, 2021, inclusive, were supposed to be given the opportunity to “test free” from the lockdown starting January 18. This has now failed. The SPÖ, FPÖ and Neos refused to approve the planned law in the Bundesrat, thus bringing it to an end because it can no longer enter into force in time before January 18.

Accordingly, there will be no “free testing”, the lockdown will be extended for all until January 24, reports the APA with reference to information “from government circles”. With continuance of the Lockdown also the trade, the catering trade, the schools and the tourism as well as service providers such as hairdressers and Co. must remain further closed.

That probably further the hard Lockdown to at least 24 January applies, with the round-the-clock exit restriction as well as strict conditions for visits and leaving the living area. Even shopping for non-essential items such as clothing will not be possible, and children would have to be homeschooled.

  • Sources: APA and heute.at/picture: pixabay.com
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