Over 1400 new infections in the past 24 hours

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The number of new infections with SARS-CoV-2 in Austria continues to rise. Since Monday, 1427 new cases have been recorded. On average, 1435 new infected people were thus added every day last week. This is also reflected in the number of hospitalized patients: on Tuesday, 38 more patients had to be treated in hospital than on Monday. For the first time since the end of January, more than 10,000 new cases were recorded within seven days.

The last time the weekly average was above this mark was on January 28, with 10,432. On Tuesday, the average for the past seven days was 10,046 new cases. The seven-day incidence rose to 112.9, meaning nearly 113 people per 100,000 population have been infected since the previous week.

Since the pandemic began, 8,260 people in Austria have already died from or with the coronavirus – with 39 more deaths reported since Monday. Within a week, authorities recorded 189 Covid 19 deaths. Per 100,000 population, 92.8 people have already died from or with Covid-19.

The number of Covid-19 patients requiring hospital treatment has also risen again. A total of 1,376 people were hospitalized Tuesday, 38 more than Sunday. There were 258 people with the disease in intensive care units, a number that has been stable since Sunday.

More recovered than new infections
The 1,427 new infections were offset by slightly more recovered people on Tuesday – 1,451 people were registered here. Thus, there were 13,971 confirmed active cases across Austria, 63 fewer than on Monday. That’s about as many infected people as the Tyrolean district capital of Schwaz has residents.

Since the start of the pandemic, 436,139 people across Austria have already tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. 413,908 people have survived infection.

Most new infections were registered in the past 24 hours in Vienna with 372. There were 226 new cases in Styria, 215 in Upper Austria and 212 in Lower Austria. Carinthia reported 125 new infections, Salzburg 110, Tyrol 78, Burgenland 67 and Vorarlberg 22 new cases.

— sources: sozialministerium.at/diepresse.at/

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