The exit restrictions of the federal government that have been in effect since today, Monday, have put Vienna into a kind of sleep mode.

The exit restrictions of the federal government that have been in effect since today, Monday, have put Vienna into a kind of sleep mode.

In the morning there was as much space as there was hardly, popular promenades and markets were almost empty. It was quiet – unlike before the weekend – in the supermarkets, as an APA on-site inspection revealed.

You can read the current developments on the coronavirus here!

Location Mariahilfer Strasse: On weekdays, Vienna’s longest shopping street is usually bustling with activity in the early morning hours. Today it was extremely quiet. And, of course, unusual: with the exception of individual bakery branches, drugstores and pharmacies, the shutters of the shops remained closed as a result of the coronavirus regulation. But even in the shops and supermarkets that were still open, there were hardly any people to be seen. So the big hamster is obviously over. After all, almost mantra-like assurances were given by the government and the retail chains that the supply was guaranteed in any case.

“” Mahü “” swept empty

Only a few people trotted along the “” Mahü “” – for example two young women, one of them with a suitcase. “” I’m going back to Germany and have only got a few things from work, “” she reported to the APA. “” Fifty-Fifty “” she saw the chance to come to her homeland in view of the increasingly strict border policy.

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Speaking of train traffic: there was an almost devout silence in the large hall at Westbahnhof in the morning. There were hardly any people in the area, the employees of the open bakeries had a lot of time to gossip due to a lack of customers. Only in the waiting area in front of the access to the also empty platforms were a few people, whereby – by coincidence or due to corona sensitization – several seats in between remained empty.

“I’m still used to it from the war”

“” People behave very correctly, “said an older man who cycled along the” “Mahü” “. He himself will mostly stay at home for the next few days: “” Or I will sit alone in the park for half an hour. “” He can handle the new situation well: “” I am still used to it from the war, so it strikes me the change is not that difficult. “” Besides, there are telephones and computers – “” and otherwise I go to tidy up the basement “”.

Many leisure and tourist hotspots were unusually deserted – despite sunshine and blue skies. The main courtyard in the Museum Quarter was completely orphaned. Only a few passers-by could be seen on Stephansplatz, Graben or Kohlmarkt. Many cafes, which should actually not be completely closed until Tuesday, decided not to unlock them on Monday. The few restaurants that were still open were sparsely visited.eassy help

Naschmarkt open but deserted

The stallholders at the Naschmarkt seemed to be full of action – but in vain. Grocery stores are known to be allowed to keep them open, but in one of the city’s most frequented markets the interest in the morning was more than wanting to end. A falafel and kebab seller said he hadn’t sold anything today: “” On a normal Monday, there are a lot of people here, they already shop at 8.30 am. “” For a week, however, the number of visitors has steadily decreased .

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“” I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s a disaster, nothing is going on, “” reported a man behind the counter of a delicatessen. “” The market is completely empty, right and left, “” says a colleague who sells nuts, fruit and vegetables. Despite the total customer failure, the government’s measures are understood, so the tenor of the stallholders. “” We have to fight against this disease “”, one of them summarized the current situation.

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No hustle and bustle in the streets, no tourist crowds, no rush in public transport – and everything with blue skies and sunshine: You could almost call it idyllic if it weren’t for the background of the Corona crisis. The exit restrictions of the federal government that have been in effect since today, Monday, have put Vienna into a kind of sleep mode.

In the morning there was as much space as there was hardly, popular promenades and markets were almost empty. It was quiet – unlike before the weekend – in the supermarkets, as an APA on-site inspection revealed.

You can read the current developments on the coronavirus here!

Location Mariahilfer Strasse: On weekdays, Vienna’s longest shopping street is usually bustling with activity in the early morning hours. Today it was extremely quiet. And, of course, unusual: with the exception of individual bakery branches, drugstores and pharmacies, the shutters of the shops remained closed as a result of the coronavirus regulation. But even in the shops and supermarkets that were still open, there were hardly any people to be seen. So the big hamster is obviously over. After all, almost mantra-like assurances were given by the government and the retail chains that the supply was guaranteed in any case.

“” Mahü “” swept empty

Only a few people trotted along the “” Mahü “” – for example two young women, one of them with a suitcase. “” I’m going back to Germany and have only got a few things from work, “” she reported to the APA. “” Fifty-Fifty “” she saw the chance to come to her homeland in view of the increasingly strict border policy.

© APA

Speaking of train traffic: there was an almost devout silence in the large hall at Westbahnhof in the morning. There were hardly any people in the area, the employees of the open bakeries had a lot of time to gossip due to a lack of customers. Only in the waiting area in front of the access to the also empty platforms were a few people, whereby – by coincidence or due to corona sensitization – several seats in between remained empty.

“I’m still used to it from the war”

“” People behave very correctly, “said an older man who cycled along the” “Mahü” “. He himself will mostly stay at home for the next few days: “” Or I will sit alone in the park for half an hour. “” He can handle the new situation well: “” I am still used to it from the war, so it strikes me the change is not that difficult. “” Besides, there are telephones and computers – “” and otherwise I go to tidy up the basement “”.

Many leisure and tourist hotspots were unusually deserted – despite sunshine and blue skies. The main courtyard in the Museum Quarter was completely orphaned. Only a few passers-by could be seen on Stephansplatz, Graben or Kohlmarkt. Many cafes, which should actually not be completely closed until Tuesday, decided not to unlock them on Monday. The few restaurants that were still open were sparsely visited.

Naschmarkt open but deserted

The stallholders at the Naschmarkt seemed to be full of action – but in vain. Grocery stores are known to be allowed to keep them open, but in one of the city’s most frequented markets the interest in the morning was more than wanting to end. A falafel and kebab seller said he hadn’t sold anything today: “” On a normal Monday, there are a lot of people here, they already shop at 8.30 am. “” For a week, however, the number of visitors has steadily decreased .

© APA

“” I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s a disaster, nothing is going on, “” reported a man behind the counter of a delicatessen. “” The market is completely empty, right and left, “” says a colleague who sells nuts, fruit and vegetables. Despite the total customer failure, the government’s measures are understood, so the tenor of the stallholders. “” We have to fight against this disease “”, one of them summarized the current situation.

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No hustle and bustle in the streets, no tourist crowds, no rush in public transport – and everything with blue skies and sunshine: You could almost call it idyllic if it weren’t for the background of the Corona crisis. The exit restrictions of the federal government that have been in effect since today, Monday, have put Vienna into a kind of sleep mode.

In the morning there was as much space as there was hardly, popular promenades and markets were almost empty. It was quiet – unlike before the weekend – in the supermarkets, as an APA on-site inspection revealed.

You can read the current developments on the coronavirus here!

Location Mariahilfer Strasse: On weekdays, Vienna’s longest shopping street is usually bustling with activity in the early morning hours. Today it was extremely quiet. And, of course, unusual: with the exception of individual bakery branches, drugstores and pharmacies, the shutters of the shops remained closed as a result of the coronavirus regulation. But even in the shops and supermarkets that were still open, there were hardly any people to be seen. So the big hamster is obviously over. After all, almost mantra-like assurances were given by the government and the retail chains that the supply was guaranteed in any case.

“” Mahü “” swept empty

Only a few people trotted along the “” Mahü “” – for example two young women, one of them with a suitcase. “” I’m going back to Germany and have only got a few things from work, “” she reported to the APA. “” Fifty-Fifty “” she saw the chance to come to her homeland in view of the increasingly strict border policy.

© APA

Speaking of train traffic: there was an almost devout silence in the large hall at Westbahnhof in the morning. There were hardly any people in the area, the employees of the open bakeries had a lot of time to gossip due to a lack of customers. Only in the waiting area in front of the access to the also empty platforms were a few people, whereby – by coincidence or due to corona sensitization – several seats in between remained empty.

“I’m still used to it from the war”

“” People behave very correctly, “said an older man who cycled along the” “Mahü” “. He himself will mostly stay at home for the next few days: “” Or I will sit alone in the park for half an hour. “” He can handle the new situation well: “” I am still used to it from the war, so it strikes me the change is not that difficult. “” Besides, there are telephones and computers – “” and otherwise I go to tidy up the basement “”.

Many leisure and tourist hotspots were unusually deserted – despite sunshine and blue skies. The main courtyard in the Museum Quarter was completely orphaned. Only a few passers-by could be seen on Stephansplatz, Graben or Kohlmarkt. Many cafes, which should actually not be completely closed until Tuesday, decided not to unlock them on Monday. The few restaurants that were still open were sparsely visited.

Naschmarkt open but deserted

The stallholders at the Naschmarkt seemed to be full of action – but in vain. Grocery stores are known to be allowed to keep them open, but in one of the city’s most frequented markets the interest in the morning was more than wanting to end. A falafel and kebab seller said he hadn’t sold anything today: “” On a normal Monday, there are a lot of people here, they already shop at 8.30 am. “” For a week, however, the number of visitors has steadily decreased .

© APA

“” I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s a disaster, nothing is going on, “” reported a man behind the counter of a delicatessen. “” The market is completely empty, right and left, “” says a colleague who sells nuts, fruit and vegetables. Despite the total customer failure, the government’s measures are understood, so the tenor of the stallholders. “” We have to fight against this disease “”, one of them summarized the current situation.

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

No hustle and bustle in the streets, no tourist crowds, no rush in public transport – and everything with blue skies and sunshine: You could almost call it idyllic if it weren’t for the background of the Corona crisis. The exit restrictions of the federal government that have been in effect since today, Monday, have put Vienna into a kind of sleep mode.

In the morning there was as much space as there was hardly, popular promenades and markets were almost empty. It was quiet – unlike before the weekend – in the supermarkets, as an APA on-site inspection revealed.

You can read the current developments on the coronavirus here!

Location Mariahilfer Strasse: On weekdays, Vienna’s longest shopping street is usually bustling with activity in the early morning hours. Today it was extremely quiet. And, of course, unusual: with the exception of individual bakery branches, drugstores and pharmacies, the shutters of the shops remained closed as a result of the coronavirus regulation. But even in the shops and supermarkets that were still open, there were hardly any people to be seen. So the big hamster is obviously over. After all, almost mantra-like assurances were given by the government and the retail chains that the supply was guaranteed in any case.

“” Mahü “” swept empty

Only a few people trotted along the “” Mahü “” – for example two young women, one of them with a suitcase. “” I’m going back to Germany and have only got a few things from work, “” she reported to the APA. “” Fifty-Fifty “” she saw the chance to come to her homeland in view of the increasingly strict border policy.