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#Austria #Carinthia (#Kärnten) #Coronavirus

At the weekend, in bright sunshine in Austria, there were sometimes so great traffic jams that some pulled the emergency brake and blocked access. The Bodental in Carinthia, which offers winter hiking and cross-country skiing,
remained closed today after the rush on Saturday, as did the tobogganing meadows in Semmering around 100 kilometers southwest of Vienna. The Hinterstoder, Wurzeralm and Kasberg ski areas in Upper Austria were full today at noon, cars were turned away at the valley entrance.
On Saturday, a large gathering of people had to be broken up in Damüls in Vorarlberg around 70 kilometers south of Lindau on Lake Constance. Many ski areas are open in Austria, but practically only for residents.
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Vorpommern-Greifswald district (where rejections of #Gütersloh residents took place, yesterday)
has specific rules:
"Those who return from international risk areas (out of Germany) or whose Corona-Warning App has alerted them, need to report to authorites"
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In fact, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's Corona-ordinance really prohibits entry of people from international risk areas AND german risk areas as well.
It's just not prominently featured on their websites.

(Overlooked that myself, hence deleted earlier tweet)
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People from #Gütersloh district may have to scrap all their holiday plans anyway...

An official #Lockdown is just being announced for the entire district.
(for one week, as of now)
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Around 3000 BCE in eastern #Europe, a Proto-Balto-Slavic #language started to diverge from #ProtoIndoEuropean.

The #Slavic branch of the #IndoEuropean #languages began about 2,000 years later when Proto-Slavic deviated from Proto-Balto-Slavic.

[Image: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Balt…] Source: The Indo-European L...
As the #Slavic-speaking area expanded during the first millennium CE (striped area on map), Proto-Slavic transitioned to Common Slavic. The #language underwent minor changes that occurred mostly uniformly across eastern #Europe, thereby maintaining mutual intelligibility. A map of eastern Europe sho...
Around the year 1000 CE #CommonSlavic began to split into the South, West, and East branches to which all modern #Slavic #languages belong.

Roughly 315m people speak a Slavic #language, mostly in Eastern #Europe (including the #Balkan peninsula), #CentralAsia, and #Siberia. A map of Europe highlightin...
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