1,245 new corona infections in Austria on Thursday

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In the last 24 hours, there were 1,245 new corona virus infections in Austria. The number of intensive care patients continues to decline.

Corona situation in the provinces
With 1,245 new corona infections recorded since Wednesday, this number is again below the seven-day average, which was 1,535 on Thursday. The seven-day incidence ranked at 120.7 on Thursday, down from 131.8 cases per 100,000 population the previous day. In total, 10,745 new infections were recorded last week. The number of intensive care patients also continued to decline, standing at 434.

The experts of the Covid prognosis consortium assume that already next week on May 12, for the first time again under 400 intensive care patients will be treated in Austrian hospitals because of a Corona infection, last was the case in mid-March. There are currently 1,480 people in hospital, 80 fewer than the previous day.

Current figures on coronavirus in Austria on Thursday.
There were 19,229 active cases in Austria on Thursday – 569 fewer than on Tuesday. This is the first time in more than two months that the number of actively ill is below 20,000, since February 28, the value was always above without interruption. It had peaked at just over 37,000 on April 3.


New infections in the provinces since yesterday’s announcement:

Burgenland: 24
Carinthia: 82
Lower Austria: 163
Upper Austria: 287
Salzburg: 72
Styria: 285
Tyrol: 20
Vorarlberg: 93
Vienna: 219


Vaccination progress – Nearly 905,000 people already fully immunized
Since yesterday (Wednesday), 72,302 vaccinations have also been administered. Overall, just over 2,460,000 Austrians (27.6 percent) have already received at least partial vaccination, according to E-vaccination passport data, and nearly 905,000 (10.2 percent) of people in Austria are now fully immunized. The highest vaccination coverage rate is now recorded in Burgenland with 31.7 percent, while Salzburg remains at the bottom of the list for the time being with a coverage rate of 25.4 percent.

sources: sozialministerium.at/APA and vienna.at

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