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Grand Slam winner Dominic Thiem has confirmed his return to the court by the end of the year and participation at the Australian Open in January after revealing to fans he has received the Covid vaccine.
Finnish ace Valtteri Bottas was the class of the field in qualifying for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix of the COVID-19-delayed 2020 season, as he pipped teammate Lewis Hamilton in a dominant session for Mercedes in Austria.
Austrian museums and some other cultural spaces will be allowed to reopen from mid-May as part of the step-by-step loosening of its coronavirus lockdown, Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler said on Friday. A specific date has not yet been set, Kogler told...
The Austrian government has eased its quarantine regime amid a continuous drop in new coronavirus cases. It has also developed a 'containment' strategy to prevent another outbreak, with a particular focus on the elderly in care.
The governments of Austria, Denmark and Italy have all begun easing lockdown restrictions, allowing certain segments of the workforce to return to work in a staggered manner, in a bid to revive the countries’ ailing economies.
Less than one percent of Austria’s population is infected with the coronavirus, a study published on Friday found. The first such study in continental Europe, led by pollster SORA, was based on testing a representative sample of more than...
Austria is weathering the coronavirus pandemic better than many but that's not an excuse to break self-isolation for Easter celebrations, despite traditions and good weather, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has warned.
While some nations are beginning to lift some of the measures they imposed in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the UN’s health body warned against being too hasty, saying it may result in a resurgence of the epidemic.
Small shops and markets in Austria could reopen under certain conditions next week, although tight lockdown restrictions will remain in place, the country’s chancellor has said, while other businesses could follow next month.