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‘Après-ski is a virus spewer': Health officials shut down this Austrian Alps village over coronavirus fears

2 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

Lured by its lively reputation, tourists like to pile into the Kitzloch bar for rollicking music and filling Teutonic food after a long day hitting the slopes in the Austrian Alps.
Conveniently located next to a cable car station and enjoying top marks on Tripadvisor , it's part of a thriving après-ski party scene in the Tyrolean village of Ischgl.
Yet calls go unanswered and its website has gone dark after it emerged that the after-ski bar and restaurant along with others in the winter resort town may have unwittingly served as a breeding ground for the coronavirus.
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