Bavarian Gmain. “Apparently I have good genes,” says Elisabeth Dorfner. Exactly 100 years ago, her mother Amalie survived an infection with the “Spanish flu”, in contrast to her little son, who died of it. On April 29 of this year, one day after her 99th birthday, Elisabeth Dorfner was able to return to her home in Bayerisch Gmain from rehab. The sprightly old lady had been infected with the corona virus almost five weeks earlier. As a member of the highest risk group, the signs were of course not good. But she struggled and survived the infection: “Since then I see …
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