The situation in Austria – the number of hospitals is increasing and so are the number of new cases


In Austria, 2814 new corona infections were reported on Monday before Sunday. The number of corona patients increased in hospitals, both in regular and intensive care units. No deaths were reported.

The number of new corona infections in Austria has been rising again for two weeks. The seven-day incidence rose to 334.7 cases per 100,000 population. A week ago it was 299.4, two weeks ago it was 275.4. There are currently 42,422 laboratory-confirmed active cases in Austria, 180 fewer than the day before. A week ago, however, it was significantly less at 36,814.

On Monday morning, 954 infected people were in hospital, 22 more than reported the day before. Within a week there was an increase of six percent or 54 patients. 71 people are being cared for in intensive care units. This number has increased by two since Sunday and there is a decrease of two patients in a week-to-week comparison.

26 deaths have been recorded in the past seven days. In total, the Covid 19 pandemic has claimed 21,189 lives in Austria since its outbreak. Per 100,000 inhabitants, 234.7 infected people have already died. On Sunday, 821 vaccinations were performed, of which 731 booster vaccinations (4th, 5th and each subsequent vaccination dose). In total, 1,424,274 people have received a booster vaccination so far.

The data status of the epidemiological reporting system (EMS) related to the corona pandemic in Austria is updated daily at noon on the AGES (Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety) dashboard. The data reflects what happens between midnight and midnight of the event in question day before wider.

Source: Krone


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