In all federal states, the 14-day trend is pointing steeply upwards, but the situation in the intensive care units is not so tense everywhere that a lockdown appears as a last resort: Vienna, Burgenland, Carinthia and Styria should therefore be in 14 days did not exceed the critical 33 percent mark in the intensive care units.
The fact that the wave does not leave any region of the country out can be seen from the fact that there is no longer a single district that does not have an upward trend. Gänserndorf in Lower Austria has the lowest raw case incidence with a still impressive 453. Seven districts are over 2000. The risk-adjusted number of cases, which also includes other factors such as the age of the patients, is almost 4755 in Lienz in East Tyrol, for example.
Asymptomatic cases are rarely discovered in some places. In Tyrol the corresponding quota is zero percent, in Vorarlberg three. Only Vienna, thanks to its test strategy, still detects 52 percent of cases that occur without symptoms. There is also a lack of contact tracing. In Upper Austria just 14 percent of the cases are uncovered. It looks best in Burgenland, where the source of infection has been clarified in 51 percent of diseases. The national average is 29 percent. (APA / red)