With an urgent application, the FPÖ made the government’s corona measures an issue in the National Council on Tuesday. The Freedom Party sharply criticized the lockdown for unvaccinated people and called for a completely different course in corona policy. The deputy club chairman of the NEOS, health spokesman Gerald Loacker, then sharply criticized the choice of words of the blues and fueled another persistent rumor: He claimed that about half of the liberal MPs had been vaccinated because they too knew in reality of the positive effects of the vaccination . In his opinion, the FPÖ was merely cultivating the soil of discontent that the government had prepared with empty promises.
Dagmar Belakowitsch (FPÖ) accused the government of imprisoning healthy citizens and of having introduced an indirect compulsory vaccination with the 2G rule. The measures would divide vaccinated and unvaccinated, employers and employees, guests and waiters. According to Belakovich, the impression is created that this split is deliberate. From their point of view, the government is not about science or health, but only about politics.