The Salzburg state clinics imposed a ban on visits to the Tamsweg (Lungau) hospital on Friday morning. The reason for this is the critical CoV situation in Lungau.
According to a broadcast from the state clinics, there are exceptions for people in critical life situations and for people accompanying childbirth.
The Pinzgau has a seven-day incidence with a good 660. The other Salzburg districts also currently have incidences of well over 900.
The occupancy rate of the local hospitals and the incidence values of the Salzburg districts give little hope of a way out of significant contact reductions: With a seven-day incidence of more than 2,100 and around 660 people currently suffering from the coronavirus, the Lungau is currently the front runner in Austria – this is clear before Waidhofen an der Ybbs and Vöcklabruck with incidences of 1,950 and 1,930 respectively.
Numbers are high in almost all Salzburg districts
For comparison: the nationwide incidence is currently around 760. The district with the lowest incidence is currently Bruck-Mürzzuschlag with almost 400.
A similar picture emerges for the other Salzburg districts – with the exception of Pinzgau: Flachgau and Tennengau currently report incidences of over 1,500 and 1,200 respectively. Only in Pongau with 934 and in Pinzgau with 660 is the development of coronavirus infections currently somewhat flatter.