The Ischgl Outbreak Families of COVID-19 Victims Seek Justice

Mismanagement of a coronavirus outbreak in Ischgl, the Austrian resort town known for its après-ski debauchery, helped spread the pathogen across Europe. Now the relatives of those who died want justice.
Après-Ski in Ischgl: "Ground Zero"

Après-Ski in Ischgl: "Ground Zero"

Foto: Lois Hechenblaikner/ ISCHGL/ STEIDL
The après-ski capital Ischgl: "Ibiza of the Alps"

The après-ski capital Ischgl: "Ibiza of the Alps"

Foto: Lois Hechenblaikner/ ISCHGL/ STEIDL
Doris Henkel and son, Leonard: "Dad's death can't have been in vain."

Doris Henkel and son, Leonard: "Dad's death can't have been in vain."

Foto: Oliver Tjaden/ DER SPIEGEL
Peter Kolba, attorney: "I have access to over 6,000 people I can interview."

Peter Kolba, attorney: "I have access to over 6,000 people I can interview."

Foto: Ingo Pertramer/ DER SPIEGEL
Tourism chief Steibl: "The media is painting us into an unfavorable corner.

Tourism chief Steibl: "The media is painting us into an unfavorable corner.

Foto: Armin Smailovic/ DER SPIEGEL
Kitzloch manager Zangerl: "It won't go bad before the winter season."

Kitzloch manager Zangerl: "It won't go bad before the winter season."

Foto: Armin Smailovic/ DER SPIEGEL
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