Court Demands Data from Austrian Health Ministry Justifying COVID-19 Rules
In this February 1, 2022 article published by News.Com.Au, Frank Chung reports on a recent court ruling released by Austria’s Constitutional Court demanding detailed data from the country’s Health Ministry justifying the government’s COVID measures.
According to the report, the court issued 10 sets of questions to the Health Ministry in preparation for a possible oral hearing into a number of complaints lodged against the Ministry for its COVID-19 measures. The Health Ministry would have until February 18, 2022, to respond to the court.
The questions looked into a number of issues. Here are a few of them:
- data on hospitalizations and deaths “with” as opposed to “from” COVID
- the efficacy of masks and vaccines
- the evidence supporting the now-ended lockdown for the unvaccinated
- the effect of the lockdown for the unvaccinated on the hospital burden
The court says that it “is interested in whether there was ever a threat of the health system being overloaded – a scenario that, according to the law, only justifies a lockdown.”
Editor’s Note: The questions posted here by the Austrian Constitutional Court are the same questions that must be asked in every country around the world that bought into the narrative of a “deadly” COVID virus. Indeed, it is the same question that we have been asking our authorities here in the Philippines.
Where is the data that justifies the prolonged pandemic restrictions? Why are we still in a state of emergency? Why is the Philippine government sponsoring discrimination against the unvaccinated? Why is the Philippine government starting to program for a “mandatory vaccination” among children?
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