The administrative lawyer Hans-Peter Lehofer described the VfGH decision on the exit restrictions via Twitter as “not a big surprise”.

The administrative lawyer Hans-Peter Lehofer described the VfGH decision on the exit restrictions via Twitter as “not a big surprise”.

The administrative lawyer Hans-Peter Lehofer described the VfGH decision on the exit restrictions via Twitter as “not a big surprise”. One can assume that a draft law will be on the table by autumn for the concrete and more precisely defined basis required for such a far-reaching requirement.

Anschober promises “citizen-friendly regulation”

In view of the VfGH ruling on Wednesday, Health Minister Anschober promised a “citizen-friendly regulation” for the penalties imposed for violating the exit restrictions during the corona lockdown. He was pleased in a press conference and a broadcast that the Covid-19 Measures Act was confirmed.

The repeal of its ordinances – including those on the gradual easing of trade – have no immediate effects. But they will “take full account of them in our future work,” he assured in a broadcast. In any case, the Constitutional Court had declared entry bans admissible in principle and recognized it as legitimate to restrict the right to personal freedom if it served important public interests.

He was also “happy” about the “clarifications” to his regulation – which was repealed by the Constitutional Court. Because you cannot rule out that you will find yourself again in a situation where such measures are necessary, said Anschober in the press conference. Now, together with the Constitutional Service, an analysis is being made of what effects the knowledge has on completed or ongoing criminal proceedings. At the press conference, Anschober emphasized that he cannot yet say what the “most citizen-friendly solution” for the penalties will look like.

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Hard to believe but true: It was a full 25 years ago

“Friends”

flickered across the screens for the first time. On September 22nd, 1994 the very first episode “Love? No, not! ”On US TV and gave the go-ahead for one of the most successful series of all time and for the cult program of the 90s. NEWS.AT presents to the great

“Friends” anniversary

nine unknown facts about the successful show.

For ten years fans shared joys and sorrows with Rachel (

Jennifer Aniston

), Ross (David Schwimmer), Monica (Courtney Cox), Chandler (Matthew Perry), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) and Joey (Matt LeBlanc).123 essay A total of ten seasons and over 200 episodes brought emotional trials and tribulations as well as separations and reunions before the last episode ten years later with “Auf Wiedersehen (2)” – and the great love comeback of the TV couple of the 90s, Ross and Rachel – aired.

No comeback

Today, 25 years after the start of the great TV cult, there are still rumors of a “Friends” film or series comeback, but the rumors always stayed with rumors. That’s why the series is still as popular today as ever, because it ended at its peak and has therefore never really flattened out. Just various

Reunions of the “Friends” actors took place in the past

instead of. The six protagonists themselves are still doing well after the series, even if no one except Aniston made it into the very first celebrity series. Cox starred in the “Scream” horror films and the series “Cougar Town”, Schwimmer works as a director, Perry plays in films such as “Keine Halbenachen”, Matt LeBlanc (alias Joey) works as a producer and plays in the Series “Episodes” with. Lisa Kudrow (aka Phoebe) has her own internet series, “Web Therapy”.

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Nine facts about the “Friends”:

But whatever they do in the future: For many, the six actors will probably always remain “friends”. That’s why NEWS.AT is presenting nine facts for the anniversary that you might not have known about your friends ten years after the end:

  1. The “Central Perk” in which Ross, Rachel Co. sipped coffee for ten seasons really existed. The model was the Manhattan Café in New York’s West Village. On the occasion of the big birthday, the “Central Perk” will be set up for a month in the New York district of SoHo. Fans should also be able to buy merchandising there and even meet the weird barista Gunther, embodied in the series by James Michael Tyler.
  2. Jennifer Aniston gave series character Rachel a beautiful face. Today you can’t imagine anyone else in the role. But actually Courteney Cox auditioned for the part of Rachel.
  3. Matthew Perry was also not the first choice for the series makers. Jon Cryer, who causes laughter on “Two and a Half Men” today, was offered the role of Chandler first.
  4. None other than TV star Ellen DeGeneres was originally supposed to slip into the role of the wacky Phoebe. But she refused and Lisa Kudrow was cast.
  5. Joey actor Matt LeBlanc already had to dye his hair black when he was “Friends”.
  6. On the subject of famous guest appearances: After her guest appearance in season 1, Hollywood beauty Julia Roberts tied with Matthew Perry. And it was Perry who bet with Bruce Willis Gage that Willis’s film “No Halves” would reach the top 1 of the box office. Willis lost, topped the charts and donated them to charity …
  7. The title song “I’ll Be There for You” heralded every “Friends” episode. The song was composed by producers Marta Kauffman and David Crane together with the band The Rembrandts. Actually, they had chosen a different theme song: In the pilot episode, “Friends” began with “Shiny Happy People” by R.E.M …
  8. Jennifer Aniston’s stylist Chris McMillan invented arguably the most famous haircut of the 90s. The “Rachel Cut” achieved cult status and was copied by millions of women. Only Aniston herself was never happy with her hairstyle: “That was the ugliest haircut I had ever seen. Those short, tiered cuts just don’t suit me, ”she told USA Today.
  9. Seven Emmy Awards

Pilot episode intro by R.E.M.

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Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger has encouraged his fans not to leave their own four walls during the coronavirus pandemic. “Stay at home as much as possible. Listen to the experts, ignore the idiots,” wrote the actor on Twitter and sent an optimistic message: “We will get through this together.”

Under the tweet, Schwarzenegger linked a video of himself, a miniature pony and a donkey to show that he is leading by example. “We don’t go out, we don’t go to restaurants, we don’t do anything like that here anymore. We just eat and have a good time,” says the 72-year-old as he feeds the animals.

The spread of the coronavirus has paralyzed public life in many countries. In the USA, too, citizens have to accept considerable restrictions. Film and TV productions have been stopped, theatrical releases canceled, trade fairs and festivals canceled.

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Schools should start again with full classes in the fall. There is agreement on this in the ÖVP-led Ministry of Education and in the Green coalition partner. In the future, however, some things should run differently than before and during the Corona crisis last spring.

Sibylle Hamann, the education spokeswoman for the Greens, grew into her new role last year. The former journalist shows herself to be a busy communicator: She goes to schools, she looks at where the shoe pinches, she looks for possible solutions in conversation with her coalition partner. And she communicates everything she’s doing transparently on her social media channels. Shortly after school ended, she made people sit up and take notice: a “back-up plan” should enable a normal school start and at the same time take into account coronavirus-related school closings.

In the news conversation, however, she also emphasizes in the case of distance learning for individual classes or schools: “School must always be an open place, even in the event of a crisis. What completely surprised me in the spring was that from one day to the next others stopped having children. We actually assumed that if classes were shut down, around 20 percent of children would still come to schools. ” That should be different in the future. “Even in the event of a crisis, school is a place where pupils can come if they need someone for social or educational reasons or if parents need care for their children.”

But what will everyday school life look like in concrete terms? Some details are still being worked on, but the broad lines are in place. “We will start with full class sizes in schools,” said Martin Netzer, Secretary General in the Ministry of Education, to News. For gymnastics and music lessons, you are still considering different scenarios. There will also continue to be hygiene requirements. Class divisions are definitely a thing of the past.

To ensure that this is the case, testing should also be a top priority in schools from autumn – and it should happen more quickly than before. “There has to be clarity within a few hours,” demands Hamann. There should not be interruptions in lessons for days at schools again. Netzer emphasizes that a test alternative has been created together with the University of Vienna that has proven itself: the gurgle test. The advantage of this test, in which you have to gargle with a liquid for a minute, is “that you can test a relatively large number of children in a short time”.

The most important thing for Hamann in this context is: “If there is an increase in the number of cases somewhere, schools should no longer be reflexively closed.” Netzer agrees with her: “Our clear goal is to take the precautions for the autumn in such a way that no large-scale school closings are necessary, as was the case last in Upper Austria.” Good coordination between the education directorates and the regional health authorities is therefore necessary in the future. The education system should also be included in the traffic light system that is currently being worked out in the Ministry of Health.

The future of homeschooling

However, if one or more students or teachers have tested positive, classes or school locations have to be switched to distance learning at short notice, according to the education politicians. This is also where Hamann’s “back-up plan” comes into play. “This spring we saw how incredibly vulnerable this school system is. But there can be umpteen reasons why classes are canceled – it doesn’t just have to be the coronavirus. So I thought: What kind of basic network can we build so that it no longer means that there is no longer any school? “

This basic network turns out to be a network of relationships and, according to Hamann, she has met with open ears from Education Minister Heinz Faßmann. “Establishing this network alone will change everyday school life,” she is convinced. At the beginning of the coming school year, there should be a child-parent-teacher conversation with those pupils who were noticed in the spring that it was not working so well. Of the 1.1 million students, around seven percent of the children or families were not reached at the start of the shutdown, says Netzer. This percentage could be reduced through the work of the school social workers, but also through the provision of laptops.

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The causes of the children’s problems could turn out to be very diverse: “Is the teacher unable to communicate what to do? Does the child have no place at home? Is the mother sick?” In any case, it is important to establish contact with the parents here. “The child cannot be left alone with the conflict. It can turn out that there are no parents who can take care of it. But then the child needs support.”

Often the parents make an effort, but are linguistically or because of their own educational background not able to help the children with school. In the wake of the Corona crisis, the Ministry of Education has already set up a platform with weiterlernen.at. Here, NGOs provide buddies and mentors to children who cannot get help at home. “The platform is there. It now only needs to be advertised more specifically in schools,” said the green education spokeswoman.

Hamann is also thinking of support organized at the schools themselves: the formation of small groups in the classes, the members of which support each other – even if the school has switched to distance learning. Often this happens by itself, for example when children live nearby, but sometimes there is a boy or a girl left. Here, for example, the parents’ associations or school community committees could come up with concepts for integrating all children into such a support system.

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