After six months: fewer than 1,000 Corona patients in hospitals

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For the first time in almost six months, fewer than 1,000 corona patients are being treated in Austria’s hospitals. The last time one was in three digits was on October 21. The incidence continues to fall.

For the first time in six months, the number of hospitalized patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection is below 1,000, down from 992 (down 54) on Oct. 21, with 322 receiving intensive care, an increase of six in 24 hours. The number of new infections is below 1,000 for the fourth time this week – and at 887 across Austria, below the seven-day average of 995.

Number of intensive care patients also down
The seven-day incidence was 78.2 cases per 100,000 population, down from 112 a week ago, when the seven-day average of new infections was 1,421 cases. Remarkable is in the weekly comparison also the decrease with the intensive care patients, because a minus of 95 mean 22,8 per cent less, the number of hospital patients sank even by 28,8 (minus 402).

Only Vorarlberg with incidence above 100

2,856,492 people according to Thursday’s figures have already received at least partial vaccination, 32.1 percent of the population. 11.6 percent of Austrians (1,032,825) are already fully immunized. The vaccination coverage rate is currently highest in Burgenland with 36 percent, Vienna currently brings up the rear with a coverage rate of 28.8 percent. The province with the highest 7-day incidence is currently Vorarlberg with 129.2, followed by Styria, Tyrol and Carinthia (95.7, 95 and 80, respectively). This is further followed by Vienna (70.6), Salzburg (69.5), Lower Austria (63) and Burgenland (44.8).

  • sources: vienna.at/APA/picture: pixabay.com
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