This pushed back the incidence for seven days back below the 50 mark on Sunday – it was 48.1 cases per 100,000 residents.
The federal state with the highest infection rate for seven days is currently Tyrol with 72.9, followed by Vorarlberg, Upper Austria and Styria (72, 55.2 and 54.2, respectively). It follows Carinthia (46.1), Vienna (43.7), Lower Austria (37), Burgenland (30.9) and Salzburg (24.9).
There are currently 7,945 active cases in Austria, 392 fewer than on Saturday. 622,889 people have recovered since the outbreak of the epidemic. 891 has recovered in the past 24 hours, but five deaths have also been reported (average of seven days was 10.3 per day), bringing the epidemic to 10,546 deaths in the country so far. 118.5 people out of every 100,000 people died of or because of Covid-19.
37.4% were vaccinated
On Sunday, 619 people arrived at hospitals, 60 fewer than in the past. 236 people are being cared for in intensive care units. That number has decreased by six since yesterday and decreased by 57 patients in a week.
In the past 24 hours, 465851 polymerase chain reaction and rapid antigen test were reported. The positive rate for PCR tests was 0.7 percent and therefore on average over the past week.
53,816 vaccinations were taken on Saturday, which means that according to the data in the electronic vaccination record, 3326,473 received at least one partial vaccination: that is, 37.4 percent of the population. 1.26 and thus 14.1 percent of Austrians are already fully vaccinated. Vaccination coverage is highest in Burgenland, at 42.3 percent, and Vienna ranks second, at 33.6 percent.