Several countries are considering the introduction of compulsory vaccination

The farthest and & nbsp; first in Western Europe went Austria, which decided to make vaccination against & nbsp; COVID & n-19bs; mandatory for all adults for all adults citizens of the country starting from & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; February. Announcing & nbsp; this on & nbsp; days, Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg admitted that & nbsp; would prefer to go the other way, but & nbsp; does not & nbsp; see it. The final version of the law will appear on December 6 & nbsp;

However, it is already known that, most likely, the measure will affect all Austrians from the age of 14, and the fines for refusing to vaccinate in the absence of a medical treatment can range from € 3,600.

Austria & nbsp; & mdash; is not & nbsp; the only country to decide that & nbsp; public good considerations can outweigh personal freedoms. So, the German press reported that the new German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke out in & nbsp; and without & nbsp; five minutes. At the & nbsp; crisis meeting with & nbsp; prime ministers of the federal states on November 30 & nbsp; he “ expressed his sympathy for such regulation, '' a government source told local media outlets. For & nbsp; the obligation to vaccinate against COVID-19 and & nbsp; some local authorities. For example, Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Seder & nbsp; has already called this measure the “ only chance '' put an end to the pandemic.

On & nbsp; today in & nbsp; 68.5% of the population are fully vaccinated, in & nbsp; Austria & nbsp; & mdash; 66%. However, & nbsp; & nbsp; less vaccination coverage in & nbsp; these countries & nbsp; is not only inferior to Portugal, Spain, Italy and & nbsp; Ireland, but & nbsp; and & nbsp; is insufficient against & nbsp; the background of the spread of the supposedly highly infectious Omicron strain.

30 & nbsp; 30 & nbsp; November, answering the & nbsp; question of journalists about & nbsp; the likelihood of taking measures in & nbsp; Russia to & nbsp; analogy with & nbsp; Austria, the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that & nbsp; the Kremlin does not & nbsp; admit the possibility of imposing fines in & nbsp; the country for & nbsp; against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.