Corona pandemic trends in Austria have been declining again since early March.
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For the second year, the Covid forecasting consortium expects a decline in hospitalized Covid-19 patients. According to the latest forecast, the assessment assumes that the number of infected patients in intensive care units will remain roughly the same and show a downward trend in normal wards.
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This is the current Corona situation in Austria’s hospitals
1,336 Corona-positive patients were in Austrian hospitals on Tuesday, 77 of them in intensive care units. Two weeks ago, there were 1,553 patients, and a week ago, 1,361.
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The number of critically ill patients to remain the same according to Corona’s forecast
In the case of seriously ill patients, the number of patients will remain approximately the same in the next two weeks, according to the forecast. The mean in two weeks was reported as 67 critical care patients. In the normal care sector, at the end of the forecast period on March 29, the number of beds across Austria is expected to be in the range of 811 to 1,359, with a mean of 1,050 patients.
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The Austria-wide seven-day incidence rate (number of new infections per 100,000 population, note) was 347.2 on Tuesday, down from 388.2 a week ago. Experts report that data from the wastewater monitoring system and the EMS indicate a downward trend in infection incidence.
- source: vienna.at/picture: pixabay.com
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