By Bethany Bell
BBC News, Vienna
The Austrian chancellor says it is still unclear if the man who murdered four people in Vienna was acting alone.
Maximilian Fischl was an eyewitness to the gun attack that killed four people in Vienna.
An eyewitness to the multiple gun attack that killed four people in Vienna describes the scene.
Gunmen opened fire in a number of areas in the city, as people enjoyed their last night out before a new lockdown
At least one person has been killed and several wounded after several shootings. A large area of the city centre has been cordoned off as police scour the city for gunmen.
The tests are for people arriving in Austria who want to avoid 14 days of quarantine, and cost €190.
It has been about a week since the Austrian government began easing restrictions.
There were long queues at some DIY stores, as people went out to buy home improvement supplies and plants for their gardens. But many other little shops reported a slower start to business. Some customers are afraid of infection; others have lost their jobs and are worried about money.
Strict social distancing measures remain in place and face masks are mandatory in all shops.
Peter Buchmüller from the Austrian Chamber of Commerce says many small shops are achieving just “10 to 20 percent of their normal turnover”.
Covid-19 infections in Austria are increasing at a rate of less than 1% daily.
But Austria’s Health Minister Rudi Anschober has warned against complacency, and urged Austrians to heed the lockdown rules.
Researchers in Vienna have found that Austrians’ average range of movement is now back to more than 12km (7.5 miles) a day – near the pre-crisis level.