Monday: 1,897 new corona infections identified in Austria

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Austria has recorded 1,897 new Corona infections in the past 24 hours (as of 9:30 a.m. Monday).

This is below the average of 2,163 cases over the past seven days. The seven-day incidence was 169.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to figures from the Interior and Health Ministries.

As of Monday, there were thus 22,171 active cases in Austria, up 17 from Sunday. There have already been 777,679 confirmed cases in Austria since the pandemic began. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, 744,328 people have recovered; within the past 24 hours, 1,867 were considered healthy again.

74 deaths in one week
There have been 13 deaths since yesterday, compared to a seven-day average of 10.6 daily, with 74 deaths recorded in the past seven days. In total, the Covid 19 pandemic has claimed 11,180 lives in Austria since the outbreak, with deaths from or with Corona. Per 100,000 population, 125.2 people have died from or with Covid-19 since the pandemic began.

There were 914 people in the hospital on Monday, up 60 from Sunday. 219 people were being cared for in intensive care units. That number increased by two since yesterday and by nine patients in one week.

A total of 273,332 PCR and rapid antigen tests were reported in the past 24 hours. Of these, 89,247 were meaningful PCR tests. A total of 116,260,367 corona tests have been performed to date. The positive rate of PCR tests was 2.1 percent. This 24-hour figure is above last week’s average (an average of 1.5 percent of PCR tests positive).

1,085 vaccinations were administered on Sunday. In total, 5,815,884 have already received at least a partial vaccination, according to E-vaccine passport data: That’s 65.1 percent of the population. 5,521,107 people, or 61.8 percent of Austrians, are already fully immunized.

Highest vaccination coverage in Burgenland
The highest vaccination coverage rate (fully immunized) is in Burgenland, at 69.3 percent. In Lower Austria, 64.6 percent of the population is vaccinated, and in Styria, 62.6 percent. After Vienna (60.9), Vorarlberg (60.9), Tyrol (60), Carinthia (58.4) and Salzburg (58), Upper Austria brings up the rear with a vaccination coverage rate of 56.8 percent.

The province with the highest seven-day incidence on Monday continued to be Upper Austria with 256.1, followed by Salzburg, Lower Austria and Styria (224.7, 180.9 and 168.5, respectively). Trailing behind were Carinthia (141.1), Tyrol (134.1), Vienna (131.1), Burgenland (83.1) and Vorarlberg (78.9).

— sources: sozialministerium.at/k.at

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