The state of Salzburg exceeded 1,500 deaths in the seven-day incidence on Monday: According to AGES, 1,519.7 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants were registered in Salzburg in the past week. In Upper Austria, the seven-day incidence rose from 3,829 new cases to 1,422.2. Five districts in Salzburg and Upper Austria recorded incidences over 2,000, including Braunau, the district with the lowest vaccination rate in Austria.
The highest seven-day incidence was in Tamsweg, with 2,281.5 cases added over the past week per 100,000 inhabitants. The Salzburg-Umgebung district recorded an incidence of 2,151. In Upper Austria there were only three districts with incidences below 1,000 on Monday, three over 2,000. In Schärding it was 2,207.6, in Vöcklabruck 2,167.5 and Braunau 2,112.80. In Braunau, the fewest people in Austria are vaccinated – the vaccination rate on Monday was a low 54.07 percent. Braunau recently also made itself felt with the weakest clearance rate in contact tracing. The vaccination coverage rate was also low in Vöcklabruck with 58.70 percent and Schärding with 59.75 percent. In comparison, the Burgenland district of Oberpullendorf reported the highest vaccination rate with 74.95 percent.
At the community level, there are even more uncomfortable vaccinations. The Tyrolean municipality of Spiss, which has 143 main residences according to the municipality’s website, does the worst in Austria. Only 36.36 percent of the residents have a valid vaccination certificate, not a single citizen has received the third stitch so far. The willingness to vaccinate is still very low in the Carinthian Mölltal. In the municipality of Stall only 36.95 percent of the residents have a valid vaccination certificate, in Mörtschach 42.25 and in Rangersdorf 43.70. The community with the greatest willingness to vaccinate is Kleinmürbisch in the Güssing district in Burgenland. There, 85.15 percent of the residents have a valid vaccination certificate – a quote that has been broken with the fourth corona wave in Austria.