Berlin closes, Vienna continues as before. Why is that?

An end to the corona pandemic is not to be expected, at least in the near future. So what are we going to do in the coming weeks? Austria and Germany pursue different strategies – which are evaluated by two SN editors.


SN / APA / HELMUT FOHRINGER

Garden chairs secured with a rusty chain – seen on March 2021 at the Naschmarkt in Vienna.

Image: SN / Richard Schnabler

Image: SN / Richard Schnabler

Vienna persists in the “take a look” mentality.

Stephanie Pack-Homolka

Germans currently have Corona case numbers that Austria can only dream of. While Vienna persists in the “look at it” mentality, Berlin is not only extending the lockdown, but even tightening it with a view to Easter. Are we sloppy? Or are the neighbors overzealous?

In this phase of the pandemic, the Germans are not doing justice to the virtues that are so often rightly ascribed to them: …

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Accessed on March 23, 2021 at 4:05 am on https://www.sn.at/politik/weltpolitik/berlin-macht-zu-wien-weiter-wie-bisher-warum-ist-das-so-101468353

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