Austria quietly discards a vaccine mandate that it never enforced.


BERLIN — Austria, the only Western nation to introduce a general vaccine mandate against the coronavirus, is abandoning the policy a few months after it decided to hold off enforcement, the country’s health minister said Thursday.

The government will remove the law from its books in the coming weeks, putting an end to a mandate that led to protests and was suspended in mid-March, just before enforcement was set to begin.

The health minister, Johannes Rauch, said the mandate had not led to…



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Austria Quietly Discards Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate that It Never Enforced