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ᴴᵒᵐᵉ ⁱˢ ʷʰᵉʳᵉ ᵗʰᵉ ᴵʳⁱˢ✿ ⁱˢ Sep 5
Replying to @kcarruthers
That's where my folks got it from too 😐
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Andrew Flood Sep 5
Replying to @andrewflood
Guardian on including the fact that at least 28 people died after becoming infected at the resort & a lot of details on both delay in taking action & the somewhat disasterous deadline to leave that saw many packed onto buses in long traffic jams
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Holger Dambeck Jul 8
Summer life after corona in
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Edward de Vere Sep 5
: Was this Austrian ski resort a Covid-19 ground zero? "Could a small village really have gone on to infect the entire world?"
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𝘪𝘷𝘰 🌐 🤍❤️🤍 Sep 11
‘Everyone was drenched in the virus’: was this Austrian ski resort a Covid-19 ground zero?
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Heidi Leitenbauer Jul 6
The Outbreak: Families of COVID-19 Victims Seek Justice via
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Markus Popp 🇪🇺 Sep 11
Politicians ("we've done everything right") and media in Austria don't like to speak much about . Outside of Austria they like to speak about Ischgl a little bit more.
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Sol Tight Aug 19
An important read by for Attack Magazine about plague raves and superspreading star djs
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Jan 😷 Wildeboer Aug 19
40% of new infections last week in are people returning from holidays abroad, according to . is everywhere now. 😷
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Sue Freeman Jul 27
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Bojan Pancevski Jun 25
Over 42% of the inhabitants of , the Austrian ski resort and former hotspot, have antibodies, according to a study of 80% of the population there. Some 85% of them have not even noticed the infection.
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christian cummins Sep 11
"At least 28 people who visited in late February and early March died of -19"
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𝘪𝘷𝘰 🌐 🤍❤️🤍 Aug 14
ist aller Cluster Anfang
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Tim Grecco Sep 1
“We got reports from nearly 6,000 victims from all over the world. The most reports came from Germany, around 4,000, but also from Nordic countries, also from Croatia, US, Israel and others,” said. via
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Sue Freeman Jul 21
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Ursula Bartuschka Jun 27
Well played, Thalia.
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Jens Seelbach Jul 2
Replying to @sebastiankurz
You discussed ? Interesting
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Daniele Villanueva Sep 3
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News Medical Aug 25
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PlanetSKI Snow News Sep 7
sets out plans for next winter amid Covid-19: - Strict social distancing & hygiene - No Opening Concert - Crowded apres ski bars will be thing of the past - First day of skiing will take place on 26th November
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