As per reports, the government in Austria is hiring people to hunt down vaccine refusers. The vaccine refusenik hunters may get 2774 euros (almost $40,000 a year) as a wage that will be paid 14 times in a year.
The unvaccinated people have to pay a fine as their punishment and new punishment inspectors will be hired to make sure that the process of collecting fines from unjabbed Austrians is running without any hassle.
The city of Linz has a low vaccination rate and wants to hire people to hunt down vaccine refusers and check these people pay for not getting vaccinated.
“Linz now wants to hire people who are supposed to hunt down vaccine refusers,” reports Swiss news.
The role of the inspectors will be to check on “whether those who do not get vaccinated really pay for it.”
“The job includes, among other things, the creation of penal orders as well as the processing of appeals,” according to the report, adding that workers need to be “resilient” and willing to work a lot of overtime.
These jobs are open for Austrian citizens who are fully vaccinated or fully recovered from Covid-19. Under the new administrative law, unvaccinated Austrian citizens may find themselves imprisoned for a year.
This law also forces them to pay for their own custody. This can happen if they do not get jabbed or refuse the vaccine. They can face fines up to $8,000 if they do not get vaccinated by February. Those who refuse to pay this fine may face a one-year jail sentence.
Meanwhile, in the next legislative debate, which will begin on January 5, 2022, the New York Senate and Assembly could pass legislation that would give them permission to remove and detain cases, contacts, carriers, or even anyone in suspicion of posing a “significant threat to public health” and separate them from the public on an indefinite term. The bill proposes indefinite COVID prison camps for the unvaccinated.
Over a dozen people have been forcibly taken to government isolation centers in Germany, while hundreds are being held in similar centers in Australia as Western countries continue to use mandatory COVID quarantine centers all in the name of putting an end to COVID-19.
According to a local official, Australian authorities are transferring COVID-19 positive patients and residents in the Northern Territory to a quarantine camp in Howard Springs after nine cases have been identified in the Binjari community.
Even, New Zealand has announced it would put all COVID-19 patients into mandatory quarantine camps. The Prime Minister of New Zealand has said that your each and every activity will be monitored in these camps and those that refuse to be tested would be forced to stay in the camps for a longer duration.