Since the beginning of the pandemic, 773,540 cases have been confirmed in Austria. 740,910 people have recovered since the outbreak of the epidemic, and 1,886 were considered healthy again in the past 24 hours. 71 deaths have been recorded in the past seven days. In total, the Covid 19 pandemic has claimed 11,161 deaths in Austria so far. Per 100,000 inhabitants, 124.9 people have died from or with Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
There were 879 people in the hospital on Saturday, six more than the day before. 216 people were cared for in intensive care units. That number has not changed since yesterday and has decreased by three patients within a week.
In the past 24 hours, 147,163 meaningful PCR tests were reported, the positive rate was 1.6 percent. 14,666 vaccinations were carried out on Friday. According to the data in the e-vaccination pass, a total of 5,811,965 received at least one partial vaccination: that is 65.1 percent of the population. 5,515,990 people and thus 61.8 percent of Austrians have been given a basic immunization after the second sting.
The vaccination rate (fully immunized) is highest in Burgenland at 69.2 percent. In Lower Austria 64.5 percent of the population are vaccinated, in Styria 62.6 percent. After Vienna (60.8), Vorarlberg (60.7), Tyrol (59.9), Carinthia (58.3) and Salzburg (58), Upper Austria brings up the rear with a vaccination rate of 56.8 percent.
The federal state with the highest seven-day incidence is currently Upper Austria with 243.6, followed by Salzburg, Styria and Lower Austria (207.1, 157 and 155.4, respectively). Carinthia (133.8), Vienna (126.3), Tyrol (116.8), Burgenland (86.8) and Vorarlberg (70.9) also follow.