Short update on the Austrian vaccine mandates, which grow every day more disturbing. Early rumours, that unvaccinated Austrians would face substantial fines or incarceration, have been confirmed by draft legislation leaked to the Austrian press.
The plan is for local authorities to summon the recalcitrant to vaccination appointments. Those who don’t accept these binding invitations will receive a second summons, and further refusal will result in a fine of 3,600 Euros, or four weeks of incarceration. Repeated refusals could result in a doubling of the fine, to 7,200 Euros. Higher fines can also be imposed if the refusal to accept vaccination is deemed to cause “a serious danger to someone’s life or health.”
The law is envisioned to remain in force for at least three years.
(Collectivism Vs. Individual rights. As an aside, individual rights is what the USA was founded on, and what made it the strongest, richest and most free nation on Earth)
3. What does the European Union say about MANDATORY injections with experimental mRNA liquids?
(Maybe the Luddites were on to something)
Scientists have developed a robot that can make sure groups of people are abiding by social distancing rules when they are indoors.
Researchers at the University of Maryland built a machine that uses CCTV cameras and thermal imaging to determine if people are staying six feet apart, and if someone in a group is potentially sick.
The cameras monitor crowds, and will be able to detect when two individuals have been near each other long enough to trigger a break in protocols, and potentially inform them.
The team hopes that this type of surveillance will help health officials with contact tracing and assist organizers of some indoor events with controlling crowds and ensuring compliance.
(Ensuring compliance. Ok then.)
5. Makes you wonder why Toronto police put 205 employees on unpaid leave as part of COVID-19 vaccination policy
117 officers, 88 civilian employees either not fully immunized or haven’t disclosed status
The Toronto Police Service placed 117 officers on unpaid leave Tuesday as part of its COVID-19 vaccination policy.
The officers, and an additional 88 civilian employees, either aren’t fully immunized against the novel coronavirus or have not yet disclosed their vaccination status, according to a Tuesday afternoon news release.
“Our objective remains ensuring the health and safety of our members, our workplaces, and the public we serve,” Chief James Ramer said in the release.
“The service is prioritizing front-line and priority response to ensure public safety is not impacted during this period.”
Thank you John K., M., ML., Malca, ET., EB., C., rdawg, and many more who keep the pilot light lit even when their is no pot on the stove.