A number of ten youngsters passionate with cyber security will participate in the European Cyber Security Challange - ECSC, to take place in November, in Vienna, to be selected from 31 youngsters passionate about cyber security representing Romania's preliminary team for this event.
All 950,000 households in Vienna will receive vouchers to help restaurants and cafes get back on their feet after a two-month coronavirus lockdown, mayor Michael Ludwig has announced.
The city will give 50 euros ($A84) to every home where several people live together, and 25 euros for single households.
Vienna's museum of city history said May 5 an appeal to submit photos of everyday objects to document the coronavirus pandemic for future generations had so far drawn hundreds of submissions.
Some 1,800 photos of masks, signs, and other objects have been received since the Vienna Museum launched its appeal on March 25, spokeswoman Konstanze Schaefer said.
Two Turkish citizens living in the U.K. and Austria have lost their lives due to the novel coronavirus.
Speaking to state-run Anadolu Agency, Ozan Ceyhun, Turkey's ambassador to Vienna, said that a 28-year-old woman, identified as Yonca Akyol, lost her life.
Akyol is the first Turkish citizen to die of coronavirus in Austria.