New infections decreased to 5,192 cases in Austria

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5,192 Corona infections have been recorded in Austria within 24 hours since Saturday (as of 9:30 a.m. Sunday). This is below the average of the past seven days (7,885 cases). Last Sunday (November 28), almost twice as many new infections were reported (10,478). As of Sunday, there are 110,200 active cases in Austria, down 6,849 from the previous day. There have been 43 deaths since yesterday, with a seven-day average of 58.3 daily.

Over the past seven days, 408 deaths have been recorded. Overall, the Covid 19 pandemic has claimed 12,796 lives in Austria since the outbreak. Per 100,000 population, 143.2 people have died from or with covid-19 since the pandemic began.

There were 3,029 people in the hospital on Sunday, down by 134 from the number reported the previous day. 651 people are being cared for in intensive care units. That number increased by three since yesterday and is up by 31 patients in one week.

The seven-day incidence on Sunday was 617.9 cases per 100,000 population. There have been 1,198,478 confirmed cases in Austria since the pandemic began. Recovered since the outbreak of the epidemic are 1,075,482 people, within the past 24 hours 11,998 are considered recovered.

A total of 409,980 rapid PCR and antigen tests were reported in the past 24 hours (more than last Sunday’s 393,031). Of these, 353,570 were meaningful PCR tests, and their positive rate was 1.5 percent (last Sunday’s positive rate was 3.2 percent with 330,203 meaningful PCR tests). The current 24-hour figure is below last week’s average (an average of 1.9 percent of PCR tests positive).

  • sources: sozialministerium.at/APA
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