More than 2,600 new infections and 58 deaths in one day

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In the last 24 hours, there have been 2,641 new Corona cases and 58 deaths in Austria.

According to the Ministry of Interior on Sunday, there have been 322,463 positive test results in Austria so far. As of today (9:30 a.m.), 4,473 people across Austria have died as a result of the virus and 281,106 have recovered. Currently, 3,444 people are undergoing hospital treatment due to the Corona virus, and of these, 577 of the ill are in intensive care units.

The new infections are divided among the provinces of Austria as follows:

Burgenland: 57

Carinthia: 226

Lower Austria: 403

Upper Austria: 658

Salzburg: 181

Styria: 302

Tyrol: 158

Vorarlberg: 164

Vienna: 492

According to the Ministry of the Interior, there have been a total of 2,261 new infections and 58 deaths across Austria in the last 24 hours. However, this data should be viewed with caution, as experience has shown that less testing occurs on weekends.

The Ministry of Health’s dashboard is operated by the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) and can be accessed at the URL covid19-dashboard.ages.at. The dashboard draws its data exclusively from the Epidemiological Monitoring Register (EMS) and is updated once a day, at 2:00 pm. EMS is the official register in which data is entered by the district authorities as well as by laboratories.

The Federal Ministry of the Interior collects the figures as part of the coordination of state crisis and disaster management in the Operations and Coordination Center (EKC) via videoconference, these figures may include cases that are not yet recorded in the EMS.

  • hp, Source: sozialministerium.at with reports from heute.at.
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