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  4. Yodelling 'superspreader' concert is blamed for turning Swiss region into a covid hotspot  Daily Mail
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Hospital admissions are rising in Schwyz, where 600 people attended a yodelling musical without wearing masks.Hospital admissions are rising in Schwyz, where 600 people attended a yodelling musical without wearing masks.

Coronavirus: Yodellers reject blame for 'one of Europe's worst COVID outbreaks' | World News | Sky News

Concert attended by 600 fans in rural Swiss canton is instrumental in doubling new infectionsConcert attended by 600 fans in rural Swiss canton is instrumental in doubling new infections

Swiss yodellers blamed for worst supercluster of coronavirus cases in Europe

The concert, which was attended by 600 people, is believed to have made the Schwyz canton in Switzerland a coronavirus hotspot.The concert, which was attended by 600 people, is believed to have made the Schwyz canton in Switzerland a coronavirus hotspot.

Yodelling 'superspreader' concert is blamed for turning Swiss region into a covid hotspot  | Daily Mail Online

Swiss hospital chief: Europe at 'turning point' vs. COVIDSwiss hospital chief: Europe at 'turning point' vs. COVID

Swiss hospital chief: Europe at 'turning point' vs. COVID | Taiwan News

Worldwide coronavirus cases climb to all-time highsCoronavirus cases around the world have climbed to all-time highs of more than 330,000 per day with the United States surpassing 64,000 new coronavirus infections for the first...

Worldwide coronavirus cases climb to all-time highs | Daily Sabah

Don't blame it on the sunshine. Don't blame it on the moonlight. Don't blame it on good times. Blame it on the yodel. Channel News Asia reports that a yodelingDon't blame it on the sunshine. Don't blame it on the moonlight. Don't blame it on good times. Blame it on the yodel. Channel News Asia reports that a yodeling event in the rural Schwyz canton is believed to have made one of Switzerland's cantons a new coronavirus hotspot. Over 600 people attended the Swiss yodeling concert in late September, and although audience members were asked to maintain proper social distancing, masks were not required. Since then, there has been an explosion of cases in the region, from 500 in mid-September to over 1200. On Wednesday, 94 people tested positive, twice as many as the day before. "There's an extremely high rate of positive tests. We've gone from 30 to 50 per cent," says Franziska Foellmi, chief of the overloaded cantonal hospital. "It's time we reacted," chief doctor Reto Nueesch added in a post online. "The explosion in the number of cases in Schwyz is one of the worst in all of Europe." "We can't do anything about what happened with this

Swiss Yodelers Blamed As COVID-19 Superspreaders - Stereogum

Two traditional sing-alongs in late September in Switzerland’s Schwyz canton were attended by 600 people who yodeled together and then spread the virus. Two traditional sing-alongs in late September in Switzerland’s Schwyz canton were attended by 600 people who yodeled together and then spread the virus.

Switzerland’s Yodeling Concerts Have Created One of Europe’s Worst COVID Hot Spots

A yodeling concert in Switzerland is being blamed as a superspreader event responsible for a massive spike in Covid-19 cases in the area.A yodeling concert in Switzerland is being blamed as a superspreader event responsible for a massive spike in Covid-19 cases in the area.

Yodeling Concert Was Superspreader in Rural Switzerland

As coronavirus sweeps across Europe, the head of the biggest hospital in Switzerland, a rich country with one of the world's best healthcare systems, is echoing a growing call to the public: Buckle down.As coronavirus sweeps across Europe, the head of the biggest hospital in Switzerland, a rich country with one of the world's best healthcare systems, is echoing a growing call to the public: Buckle down.

Swiss hospital chief warns of rough ride as virus returns | CTV News

Swiss hospitals could quickly reach their limits as the country experiences a steep rise in Covid-19 cases, warns a Geneva virologist.Swiss hospitals could quickly reach their limits as the country experiences a steep rise in Covid-19 cases, warns a Geneva virologist.