Criticism of Austrians: Balkans in Vienna make a Party without respect for Measures


After measures against the coronavirus were relaxed in Austria, bars in Vienna opened their doors.  However, according to the Austrian media, in one of the clubs where citizens of Balkan origin go out, distance measures or curfew were not respected, N1 reports.

“Balkan Street is Alive” is the motto under which hundreds of Viennese citizens gathered in a bar on Ottakringer Street.  Despite the easing of measures, some recommendations remain in force.

However, as the Austrian Heute writes, the measures of distance between persons or curfew were not respected in the mentioned local. Although the curfew starts at 11 am, it was not respected in this case.

The Viennese police were also involved in the whole case.

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