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

A study of residents in the ski resort of Ischgl, the site of Austria’s worst coronavirus outbreak, found that at least eight months after contracting the virus the vast majority of people remained immune, scientists who conducted it said on Thursday.The findings provide more insight into how long immunity lasts after infection, and also suggest that herd immunity may start to kick in earlier than widely believed, the team behind the study said.Austria’s main public health agency AGES believes…

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