An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP
An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP

Study at site of Austria’s worst outbreak finds lasting coronavirus immunity

  • A study of residents in the ski resort of Ischgl found that at least eight months after contracting the virus the vast majority of people remained immune
  • The findings also suggest that herd immunity may start to kick in earlier than widely believed

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP
An aerial view of the village of Ischgl, Austria. File photo: AFP
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