According to a new report, Austria has banned people who have not yet been vaccinated against Coronavirus.

This change comes as winter approaches, as well as an increasing number of illnesses recorded across Europe, as Britain expands its memorial programs with young people in Germany able to close the gap.

According to reports, about two million people in Austria who have not been vaccinated have given birth to a baby as the country climbs the legal ladder. Pointing to this, Chancellor Alexander Schallengerg said they did not take this step lightly and that it was time.

It is reported that those vaccinated in Austria will be able to leave their homes only for minor reasons, such as work or buying food. According to reports, about 65% of Austrians are fully vaccinated, one of the lowest in Western Europe.

So far, the country has seen a seven-day outbreak of the disease in more than 800 of the 100,000 people, which is one of the highest rates in the region.

According to reports, Europe is now one of the worst-hit areas of the epidemic, which means many countries are tightening sanctions and warning of a worsening situation.

Measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus, which comes with increasing pressure on national hospitals, will last for the first ten days.

However, children under the age of 12 and those who have recently survived the virus will leave this rule.