11.9 percent of Austrians, are already fully immunized

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By March 31, 182.108 million euros had been spent on officially ordered PCR tests on suspected cases and the contacts of infected persons as well as screening examinations (for example in old people’s homes) alone, the daily newspaper “Kurier” reported, citing the Ministry of Health. The costs for personnel, test lanes, test kits and other material are paid partly by the federal government and partly by the provinces.

Companies will receive a subsidy of ten euros per test, “making 28 million euros so far,” writes the “Kurier.” Pharmacies are reimbursed a flat rate of 25 euros per test. With 4.75 million smears until Friday, costs of 118.75 million euros have been incurred so far. The procurement of the living room tests, available free of charge in pharmacies, has cost the federal government a further 82.7 million euros up to the beginning of May. Costs for the distribution of these kits (per package, pharmacies receive ten euros) have not yet been accounted for, he said. “All these items mentioned already add up to 411.558 million euros,” the article says.

84,777 vaccinations have been carried out on Friday. A total of 2,923,125 have already received at least a partial vaccination, according to the E-vaccination passport data: That’s 32.8 percent of the population. 1,056,056, or 11.9 percent of Austrians, are already fully immunized.

Tyrol leads in vaccination coverage
The vaccination coverage rate is highest in Tyrol, at 36.5 percent. In Burgenland, 36.5 percent of the population is vaccinated, and in Vorarlberg 35.3 percent. After Carinthia (35.2), Salzburg (33), Upper Austria (32.9), Styria (32.5) and Lower Austria (31.7), Vienna brings up the rear with a vaccination coverage rate of 29.2 percent. (These figures refer to Friday).

The province with the highest seven-day incidence is currently Vorarlberg with 115.8, followed by Tyrol, Styria and Carinthia (89.6, 82.5 and 75.5, respectively). Salzburg (67.7), Vienna (66.6), Lower Austria (55.4) and Burgenland (41.8) follow.

sources: diepresse.at and kurier.at/picture: pixabay.com

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