Rudolf Anschober, who suffered a burnout nine years ago, said he had suffered two episodes of sudden fatigue in the past month, as well as high blood pressure and tinnitus.
A spokesman for Lower Austria police said a witness reported finding a car with two bodies inside early Sunday afternoon in the Mistelbach district, 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the capital.
The effort is aimed at getting ahead of another expected surge of COVID-19 and the uncertainty of how long inoculations will remain effective.
Complaints from hairdressers about the new rules have surfaced in the Austrian press, with some pointing out the difficulty of getting tested in rural areas.
Some 165 infections with the South African variant have already been confirmed in Tyrol and politicians have been discussing for several days whether extra restrictions are required in the region.
Austria and Germany say they will provide medical assistance to Portugal as the country struggles with a surge in coronavirus cases.
Born in Vienna in 1929 into a Russian-Jewish family, his childhood was thrown into turmoil when the Nazis annexed Austria in 1938.
Austria’s current lockdown, its third, started on Dec. 26 and had been due to end on Jan. 24.
For the first three weeks of the lockdown, non-essential stores will close as will services such as hairdressers where physical proximity is unavoidable.
Neymar goal was sublime as he left one defender on the ground before scoring between goalkeeper Heinz Lindner's legs.
The actions by the government are based on a 2015 law that, among other things, prevents religious communities from getting funding from abroad.
Germany now suffered back-to-back defeats after also sliding to a 1-0 loss to Brazil in Berlin in March.
The result is a big concern for Germany head coach Joachim Loew with the World Cup to kick off in less than a fortnight.
Schrems told AFP that as well as the 2011 case, he had a seven-hour meeting with Facebook representatives in 2012 to discuss concerns but that they said they saw no problems with their policies.
An Austrian football fan has been given an 18-month prison sentence for a Hitler salute during a match, falling foul of the country's tough laws against Nazi glorification.