Relax, they’re just considering it.
These politicians might decide “no, this gives us too much power, even though it’s ours for the taking and no one will ever rise up against us – call it off.”
Austria is threatening unvaccinated citizens with lockdown measures if the country’s intensive care capacity begins to see the sign of pressure from COVID hospitalizations.
The warning came after Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg met state-level leaders to discuss rising case numbers.
“The pandemic is not yet in the rearview mirror,” Schallenberg said after the crisis meeting on Friday night. “We are about to stumble into a pandemic of the unprotected.”
Should the number of intensive care patients reach 500 — or 25% of the country’s capacity — entrance to businesses like bars and restaurants will be limited to those who are vaccinated.
If it increases to 600, then individuals who are not inoculated would only be allowed to leave their homes for specific reasons.
The number of coronavirus patients currently in ICU in Austria is 220.
Schallenberg said there were still too many “hesitators and procrastinators,” and that he hoped the plans would send a signal. He dismissed a lockdown for those who had been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.
Keeping the purebloods housebound is a good way to mentally prepare them for the concentration camps, which is the obvious next step.