Corona virus: Why there were so few deaths among Ischgl’s inhabitants

Wieder is the Austrian tourist town of Ischgl in the headlines. Because researchers led by the virologist Dorothee von Laer have now found that almost every second in the village community had the virus in their bodies.

However, only two of Ischgl’s inhabitants died. Is it all-clear? Isn’t the virus that dangerous?

The virologist von Laer from the University of Innsbruck has determined the unusually high infection rate. She sensed this at the beginning of the course at the end of April. In fact, this value is not only high, it is a record.

This study is a wake-up call for Ischgl residents


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