Austria became the first country to make vaccines mandatory
A lockdown solely for the unvaccinated. Tyranny? It was a Christmas without being allowed to go out. Only out for "essential reasons" like shopping at the supermarket.
In a couple weeks there will be vaccine mandate, meaning there will no longer be a choice to not get the vaccine (except a few medical exceptions). Those not vaccinated will have to pay 200 Euros per person per month. If you refuse, you will be fined a further 3600 Euros. Then they will start confiscating your property and then send people to jail, at least according to some.
Protests of even over 100k people (country has 8.5m people).
A general strike is currently being organized, and is seen as the most effective way to fight back against the government.
Regarding data protection (which is a serious thing in Europe), does this introduce an unlawful dragnet search?
The vlogger says she doesn't see an effortless end to this, but rather actions and courageousness to fight the government.