Even with some preliminary hesitations, Petri Hollmén had a hell of an Austrian ski trip. He and 9 friends expended a textbook mountain weekend in St. Anton in early March, hammering the slopes by working day, taking pleasure in lagers and schnitzel by night time. Sure, coronavirus was a thing in Europe then. But the data confirmed that infections were mainly centered in northern Italy. There were being supposedly only twenty or so cases in Austria’s entire 750,000-individual Tyrol location. So why not ski?
“I didn’t see anybody sneezing or coughing on my flights or on the chairlift. I utilised … Read More