In general I just go everywhere without a mask except for transit, major supermarkets or hairdressers.It's the same here in Poland. If you enter an establishment like a tuning car part shop people there are very cool. Depends on the place but it's usually like this in places that are a bit specialized.
In general I just go everywhere without a mask except for transit, major supermarkets or hairdressers.
My hairdresser's is my local and they seem to care somewhat about masks, but I'm not sure because of the language barrier. I just do it out of respect. The supermarket and transit seem like they would be swarming with security. In any case I don't want to draw attention to myself.Why the exceptions? You know they can't enforce anything, right? Just screw any fine notice up and flick it back at them.
(Ok, even I don't know if I'd have the cojones to do that, but I'd go to court and fight any fines, 'cos I know I'd win.)
My hairdresser's is my local and they seem to care somewhat about masks, but I'm not sure because of the language barrier. I just do it out of respect. The supermarket and transit seem like they would be swarming with security. In any case I don't want to draw attention to myself.
Right now I'm in a suboptimal situation in life where I'm barely functional as is.
I probably would/just might if I was more stable in my residence here and/or I knew the language... ha.That's exactly the problem man, idiot kuntz who enforce this bullshit for minimum wage... just tell them that.
There is a lot of anger in Austria about the lock downs and the vaccine as well.
In January the Austrian gov. planned to do mass testing, if you tested you were free to go around with your testing papers, if you decided to not test, 1 week hard lock down, and fined if your are caught without a testing paper by the police.
Austrians crashed the gov site with angry comments/emails, so they decided to punish people with the 1 week lock down anyway, but this testing paper bullshit was thrown out.
Lot of Austrians call all of these lock downs unconstitutional. Taking the vaccine is out of the question for most.
Vaccine and covidscam payed actor comments having like 80% dislike ratio.
Yeah - and a terrible terrible pandemic it was. Sweden ended up having a mortality rate lower than in the years of 2011-2015. The openly fluctuating virus was so dangerous that the years of 2011-15 were more deadly. Can't remember the years of 2011-15 being super-deadly, but hey....Sweden FTW, their natural herd immunity policy worked. 40% of Swedes now have herd immunity, which is enough to blunt any major SARS-Cov pandemic:
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This graph shows the share of the Swedish population testing positive to antibodies against covid week on week. The results are pretty startling.sebastianrushworth.com
The hard confinement measures have two goals: to destroy the small business economy, and to prevent natural herd immunity. Congrats to Sweden for having dodged both problems.