About locked away grandmas, innate whispers and white sheets.
“The vaccine is the game changer in the fight against the pandemic.”
For chancellors Sebastian Kurz the “light at the end of the tunnel” is quite bright.
“I will set a good example and will get vaccinated.”
Governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner (ÖVP) is not afraid of the corona injection.
“We can then prevent you from infecting your friends, your relatives, your loved ones.”
Short term sets Short especially on the mass tests.
“If you want to celebrate Christmas in peace, then don’t let yourself be tested.”
Your little children will infect grandma? FPÖ social spokeswoman Dagmar Belakowitsch can live with danger.
“Dying is part of life.”
Party colleague Udo Landbauer provides the ideological superstructure.
“Grandma and Grandpa must not be locked away.”
President of the SPÖ Pensioners’ Association Peter Kostelka advocates free-roaming grandparents.
“We can all put white towels around ourselves and go to the central economic cemetery.”
Chamber of Commerce President Harald Mahrer sees dead businesses.
“At the moment the innate whisper of the Austrian is evident to a greater extent.”
The words about the Corona autumn find the ex-VfGH president Ludwig Adamovich.
“My own case shows that you can get infected despite strict security measures.”
But not invincible, Burgenland Governor Hans Peter Doskozil (SPÖ) tested positive.
“Yes, there is a rift in our party that can be clearly felt.”
In the middle of the ordeal Birgit Hebein only Viennese Greens boss.
“We are not organized in such a way that people fool around with power words.”
Party leader Werner Kogler does not interfere.
“When victims feel threatened, when women are scared, there is a phone number to always dial and that is 133.”
Interior minister Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) sends the police.
“Unfortunately I have to say that I didn’t really know anything about the existence of this bank until it became publicly available in the media.”
Ex-Finance Minister Hans-Jörg Schelling (ÖVP) had more important things to do than looking in the direction of the Commerzialbank.
“I think more in decades.”
Upper Austria’s regional party leader Manfred Haimbuchner advises that there is no fooling around with women at the top of the FPÖ.
“Half of Europe was infected from Ischgl in the spring.”
and Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) wants to drive out après-ski among the Ösis for his compatriots.