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Austrian study ‘confirms’ long-term immunity of recovered Covid patients
A study conducted by the UniMed Innsbruck has found that people who have recovered from a coronavirus infection build long-term immunity through the development of anti-bodies. The authors say that people who have been infected will improve their immunity further through a booster jab.
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What ‘Mahlzeit’ means and how to use it in Austria
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Seven common mistakes to avoid when buying a home in Austria
EU fails to speed up vaccination deliveries as AstraZeneca wins legal case
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Austria to donate one million Covid vaccine doses to Balkan states
Austria will donate one million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to western Balkan countries, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Friday.
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EXPLAINED: How to apply for a residency permit in Austria
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‘Waldeinsamkeit’ in Austria: Five peaceful forest walks near Vienna
Vienna makes Covid-19 vaccines compulsory for all new health and social workers
Austria to relax mask rules and open nightclubs in July

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Masks, testing and sport: What are the rules for schools in Austria?
School is back in Austria from Monday onwards. Here’s what parents and students can expect.
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Austrian citizenship is renowned as one of the hardest to get in Europe - but what makes it so difficult?
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German word of the day: Gell
If you’re planning on heading to south Germany, Austria, or Switzerland, you’ll be certain to hear today’s word of the day in almost every conversation.
10 German words with simply hilarious literal translations
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Austrian study ‘confirms’ long-term immunity of recovered Covid patients
A study conducted by the UniMed Innsbruck has found that people who have recovered from a coronavirus infection build long-term immunity through the development of anti-bodies. The authors say that people who have been infected will improve their immunity further through a booster jab.
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