There have been 35 deaths associated with Covid 19 infection.
From Monday to Tuesday, 25,177 new infections were registered in Austria.
There are currently 306,869 people actively infected with coronavirus in Austria.
35 more deaths in 24 hours represent the highest number this year. The last time more than 30 people died was on December 31 of last year, and there had never been more than 25 Covid-19-related deaths so far this year.
This also significantly increases the seven-day average to 22.3 victims; within the past seven days, there have been 156 deaths; in total, the Covid-19 pandemic has claimed 14,427 lives in Austria since the outbreak.
No decrease in hospital
Meanwhile, with the hospital numbers, no decrease is noticeable; 2,243 patients were announced on Tuesday, 102 more than still on Monday, and an increase of approximately eight percent within one week. Comparatively better is the development of those patients who require intensive care: 198 means a rise of one person compared to Monday, the increase within a week was 2.1 percent, which is four people.
2 million recovered
The number of people who have recovered has exceeded two million. As of today, there are exactly 2,003,110 cases of survived infection; within the past 24 hours, 33,736 are considered to have recovered. Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have already been 2,324,406 confirmed cases in Austria.
Seven-day incidence at 2,385.5
The seven-day incidence in Austria currently stands at 2,385.5 – up from 2,407 the day before and 2,573.1 cases per 100,000 population seven days ago. Vorarlberg is currently the province with the highest seven-day incidence, which is 2,973.7, followed by Carinthia, Upper Austria and Styria (2,821.4, 2,734.8 and 2,460, respectively) – furthermore Salzburg (2,295.8), Lower Austria (2,219.1), Tyrol (2,207.7), Vienna (2,133.6) and Burgenland (1,897.9).
New infections in the provinces
Lower Austria: 4.948
Upper Austria: 3.871
- source: sozialministerium.at
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