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Austria set to make Covid-19 shots compulsory after bill clears parliament

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Austria's lower house of parliament passed a bill on Thursday making Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for adults as of Feb. 1, bringing Austria closer to introducing the first such sweeping coronavirus vaccine mandate in the European Union.

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