Posted originally on the conservative tree house on December 21, 2021 | Sundance | 185 Comments
Starting in February, vaccination in Austria is compulsory for all citizens. As a result, the Austrian government is now hiring “hunters” to track down the unvaccinated citizens and enforce compliance. This is not a joke.
AUSTRIA – From February, Austria wants to get serious: Anyone over the age of 14 must be vaccinated against Corona. This was announced by the Austrian government last week.
This can create new jobs, as the example of Linz shows. The city has a good 200,000 inhabitants and is the state capital of the province of Upper Austria and has the lowest vaccination rate in the whole country. According to e-vaccination record data, only 63 percent of residents are doubly vaccinated.
Linz now wants to hire people to control vaccine refusers, as reported by “heute”. They should check whether those who do not get vaccinated really pay for it. Because if you do not get vaccinated, you will be asked to pay. Up to 3600 euros, the equivalent of a good 3740 francs.
The vaccination inspectors receive a salary of at least 2774 euros, the equivalent of around 2880 francs. The salary is paid out 14 times a year.
The job includes, among other things, the preparation of penalty orders as well as the processing of objections. In the job profile, a completed Matura is required. In addition, the hunters should be resilient and willing to work. Specifically: ready to work more overtime!
Only Austrian citizens are employed for the Arbreit. And, of course, applicants must either be vaccinated or recovered. (read more)