Ischgl: Coronavirus spread more than thought - antibody study from Austria surprised the world

The Coronavirus was spreading at the beginning of the pandemic in Ischgl, now an anti-body study from Austria surprised. Ischgl is considered to be one of th

Ischgl: Coronavirus spread more than thought - antibody study from Austria surprised the world

The Coronavirus was spreading at the beginning of the pandemic in Ischgl, now an anti-body study from Austria surprised.

Ischgl is considered to be one of the Coronavirus-focal points in Europe. Now a antibody study proves , that seems to be even more people infected than I thought. The result is more than surprising. Here you will find the basic facts to the Coronavirus* and the Corona-News from Germany. We also offer them in a map, the current case numbers in Germany*. Currently there are the following recommendations to the Corona-protection measures*.

Ischgl/Austria - As the Virus began to spread in Italy* since knew probably no one would develop that Ischgl in Austria a large Coronavirus-Hotspots . A, now published, anti-body study proves that the Virus have worn apparently more people than initially assumed.

Coronavirus in Ischgl: antibody study provides Surprise

According to the Medical University of Innsbruck 42.4 percent have developed a comprehensive study studied civil anti-body* on the Coronavirus*. This is the world's highest previously published value, said the Director of the Institute for Virology, Dorothee von Laer, on Thursday in Innsbruck. Antibodies in the blood are considered to be evidence for a recent infection* .

With innumerable Après-ski bars was Ischgl at the beginning of the pandemic as focal point in Europe. According to the Austrian authority at times 40 percent of all cases in Germany were the result of Ischgl. Also a lot of German the tourist have been infected after their Conviction in Ischgl face. A Commission in the state of Tirol is now to take the much-criticised crisis management under the magnifying glass.

Ischgl: Coronavirus in Austria is apparently more common than thought

From the now positive on antibody people tested, only 15 percent were, according to the study, the diagnosis " Coronavirus ". "85 percent of those who have made the infection, have made this go unnoticed by," explains Dorothee von Laer on Thursday.

in Spite of the high antibody value was also herds in Ischgl no immunity reached. Decisive for the decrease of the cases, the quarantine and social distance had been, it was said.

Around 80 per cent of Ischgl population took part in the study. 1473 subjects were between 21. and 27. April has been investigated.

The scandal of the Corona mass outbreak at the meat company Tönnies provides for days made headlines, a cause could be found for the rapid spread in the company.

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Updated Date: 25 June 2020, 07:34

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