Almost half the residents of this Austrian town have COVID-19 antibodies

Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 4:47pm

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The Austrian ski resort, Ischgl, became famous in March for being a coronavirus hot spot and a major source for infections that spread across Europe. Marco Werman speaks with virologist Dorothee von Laer, whose new study found that more than 42% of the town's residents had COVID-19 antibodies — but few of them knew they had ever been infected with the novel coronavirus.