Sunday: 1,415 new infections in Austria

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Over 15,000 active cases. Also, four new deaths linked to Covid-19.
From Saturday to Sunday, 1,415 new Corona infections were registered in Austria. Compared to the previous week (1,121 cases), new infections are thus up by 294 cases. The last time there was a similarly high Sunday value was May 2, with 1,625 new infections within 24 hours.

This brings the 7-day incidence to 105.94.

In addition, there are four new deaths related to Covid 19 infection, bringing the pandemic death toll in Austria to 10,781 so far. The number of active cases currently stands at 15,077.

In the past 24 hours, 54,000 new PCR tests have been performed, bringing the positive rate to 2.62 percent.

There are currently 440 patients in Austrian hospitals – eleven more than on Saturday. In the intensive care units, there are 112 patients currently and thus three patients more than the previous day.

Only 8,820 vaccinations on Saturday
Against a severe course, the coronavirus vaccinations help, but the willingness to vaccinate in the population continues to decline. Only 8,820 vaccinations have been carried out on Saturday. In total, not even 100,000 stings were administered throughout Austria last week, but only exactly 95,089. For comparison: on the strongest vaccination day to date, June 2, there had been more than 143,000 in one day.

In total, according to the E-vaccine passport data, 5,488,676 people have already received at least a partial vaccination: That’s 61.4 percent of the population. 5,187,069, or 58.1 percent of Austrians, have already been fully immunized. The highest initial vaccination rate is in Burgenland, with 68.6 percent. In Lower Austria, 64.2 percent of the population is at least vaccinated, and in Styria, 61.6 percent. After Tyrol (60.6), Vienna (59.9), Vorarlberg (59.5), Carinthia (58) and Salzburg (57.8), Upper Austria brings up the rear with a first-time vaccination rate of 56.8 percent.

New infections in the federal states
Vienna: 423
Upper Austria: 272
Lower Austria: 238
Styria: 150
Tyrol: 112
Salzburg: 77
Vorarlberg: 57
Carinthia: 55
Burgenland: 31

  • source: sozialministerium.at
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