The vaccinations have changed again compared to the previous week. As before, less than 60 percent of Austrians are fully immunized.
In Austria, 2260 new infections with the coronavirus were registered within 24 hours, which is above the average of the last seven days of 1863, and compared to the Saturday a week ago it is an increase of 500. The seven-day incidence rose to 146 Cases per 100,000 population. Another five cases related to Covid were reported, with 47 during the week.
The number of active cases, which exceeded the 20,000 mark yesterday, grew to 20,900. According to figures from the Ministry of Interior and Health, the number of patients receiving intensive care fell by five to 178 people compared to yesterday, the increase within a week is 25 patients. A total of 690 people are currently in the hospital, 22 more than yesterday, due to a corona infection. Based on the five other studies, the seven-day average is 6.7, and the Covid 19 pandemic has claimed 10,837 deaths in Austria since the outbreak.
Save the number of vaccinations again
16,740 vaccinations were carried out on Friday, around 2500 more than a week ago, but the vaccinations in the last seven days have been given up again to 80,899, after 81,842 in the previous week. According to the data in the e-vaccination pass, a total of 5,594,476 have already received at least one partial vaccination (62.6 percent of the population), 5,290,455 and thus 59.2 percent of Austrians are fully immunized. The lowest full immunization rate is found among 12 to 24-year-olds at 44.9 percent, in the 85 plus group it is almost twice as high at 87.6, and the vaccination figures all relate to Friday.
When comparing the federal states, the differences in the seven-day incidences are high, with Vienna still having the highest value with 220.5, the connection between Upper Austria and Salzburg with 191.2 and 180 respectively. By a large margin, Vorarlberg has the fourth highest value in Austria, however, is already below the average value of 146. Burgenland (115.5), Styria (104.1), Tyrol (100.8), Lower Austria (96.3) and Carinthia (72.8) also follow.