Austria, Europe will again become the epicenter of the epidemic, keeping millions of people who have not vaccinated


The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc in Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has even said that Europe has once again become the epicenter of the pandemic. At present, the most affected by Corona is Western Europe, where due to the increasing number of infected, steps like lockdown have to be taken. Meanwhile, Austria has decided to take strict action against those who are not vaccinated and announced to keep them in homes in lockdown.


Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schalenberg announced on Friday that people in Upper Austria and Salzburg who did not get their vaccine would be able to leave their homes from Monday for specific reasons, such as to buy essentials, visit a doctor or have a job. Schalenberg said he is looking at implementing similar measures across the country. It has been told that along with Austria, the pace of infection has also increased in neighboring Germany.

Epidemic reached dangerous level in Europe
Nearly two years after the coronavirus pandemic, cases of infection continue to rise in the western region of Europe. This is quite surprising, as the region has high vaccination rates and good health care systems. Despite this, now due to the return of Corona, there has been a situation of imposing a lockdown.


The World Health Organization reported that the number of people who lost their lives to the corona virus in Europe increased by 10 percent last week. The agency said in an official announcement last week that Europe was again going to be the epicenter of the pandemic.

Despite the high rate of vaccination, the infected are increasing
Some countries in Western Europe, such as Germany and Britain, have the highest number of new cases of infection in the world, while the rate of corona vaccines is high there. Vaccination rates exceed 60 percent of all countries in Western Europe, and countries such as Portugal-Spain have even higher vaccination rates.

Dr. Bharat Pankhania, Senior Clinical Lecturer at Exeter University College of Medicine and Health, said that with the widespread social activities since the lockdown, people who did not take vaccines and those who had received vaccines months ago have become immune to the disease. Decreased capacity is responsible for increasing cases of infection.

Record cases of infection have been registered in the Netherlands since the outbreak of the pandemic. Hospitals have warned that the situation may worsen further. However, officials are refusing to be too strict.

Corona spread even in Spain, which has been vaccinated 80%
Spain, once the most affected by the corona virus in Europe, has probably given an example of how to deal with the threat. It has given a dose of vaccine to 80 percent of its population and has not made it mandatory to wear a mask outside. Despite this, people have continued to wear masks. However, despite this, there has been a slight increase in the cases of infection.