According to data from AGES, the districts of Krems and Braunau have a 7-day incidence of over 300.
From Saturday, exit controls will apply in the Braunau am Inn district. The reason: the increasing numbers in the intensive care units. On Wednesday, 34 intensive care beds were reported from the hospitals that were occupied by corona patients. 34 is the critical threshold of ten percent of capacity in Upper Austria because there is currently a total capacity of 333.
Only 49 percent vaccinated
According to data from AGES, there were 360 new cases in the Braunau district last week. The 7-day incidence is 338.1. Braunau is also a district that is not vaccinated. So far, only 49 percent have been vaccinated here.
In Krems an der Donau, the value of the 7-day incidence is even higher at 354.3. Scheibbs ranks third with 288.7. This is followed by Wels-Land with an incidence of 261.5.
There was also an increase in new cases last week in the city of Salzburg (397). The city has a 7-day incidence of 255.4.
According to Ages, the ten districts with the highest 7-day incidence per 100,000 population (as of September 17, 2021) are as follows:
➤Krems an der Donau (city) (Lower Austria): 354.3
➤Braunau am Inn (Upper Austria): 338.1
➤Scheibbs (Lower Austria): 288.7
➤Wels-Land (Upper Austria): 261.5
➤Wels (city) (Upper Austria): 255.4
Salzburg (City) (Salzburg): 255.4
➤Lilienfeld (Lower Austria): 255.2
➤Ried im Innkreis (Upper Austria): 240.9
➤Krems (Land) (Lower Austria): 238.7
➤Linz (city) (Upper Austria): 232.4
A look at the 7-day incidence in the individual federal states: At 228.5, it is still the highest in the federal capital, in Upper Austria with 192.2 and Salzburg with 185.7. In Lower Austria it is 149.7, in Vorarlberg 146.8, in Carinthia 115.6, in Styria 111.3, in Tyrol 111 and Burgenland has the lowest incidence in the province with 100.7. According to the Agency for Health and Food Safety (Ages), the 7-day incidence in Austria is 163.5.