Coronavirus Study Finds Twice as Many Infections in Austria as Earlier Thought

More than two times as quite a few men and women have been contaminated by the new coronavirus in Austria as formal figures confirmed, according to a new survey described as the very first in a region with a sizable populace, with a fatality rate of .77%.

The nationwide survey confirmed that lockdown measures, which are especially demanding in Austria, have been important to avoid mass casualties and too much to handle the health-treatment system, said Heinz Fassmann, the country’s training minister, who offered the study in Vienna on Friday.