Corona Numbers

As of today, 1,503,668 Corona cases have been detected in Austria.

New positive tests reported today: 0

The current recovery rate is 88.3%, as of the total 1,503,668 persons tested positive for Corona 1,328,340 patients have recovered.

Unfortunately, 13,956 people have died (since yesterday 0) due to this disease. The mortality rate is currently 0.9%.

161,372 cases are currently active, which corresponds to 10.7% of the total number of cases detected in Austria.*

* Data source: John Hopkins University Boston, USA (based on local sources)


Due to data updates, it may happen that the value 0 is temporarily displayed in individual fields.

Growth behaviour

Infected persons per 100,000 residents per district
Frron Colazivi – Own work, Data from the official CSVs ( Austrian Federal Ministry of Health ). Blank SVG based on Shapefile by ‘Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen’ (2020-04-01) (CC BY 4.0). Created with the help of mapshaper, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=89634887
7-days-incidences: Confirmed new cases per 100.000 inhabitants in seven days per districts[1]
(see also Case definition)
Status: see picture
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>00000 bis 0250
>00250 bis 0500
>00500 bis 1000
>01000 bis 2000
>02000

Confirmed new infections per day

From Colazivi – Own work, Numbers from the Austrian Federal ministry of Health, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=97493667

New Deaths

From Colazavi – Own work, Data from the AGES Dashboard

Corona Traffic light

Colazivi – Own work, SVG based on Shapefile by ‘Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying (BEV)’ (2020-04-01) (CC BY 4.0). Created with the help of mapshaper. Data from Corona-Ampel.gv.at and Open Data (CC-BY 4.0)

Austrian Corona Traffic Light, Status see caption Legend

  Very low risk. There are only a few cases with unexplained source and sporadic occurrence of small clusters.
  Low risk. There are individual cases and isolated clusters.
  Medium risk. There are a moderate number of cases that are primarily assignable to clusters.
  High risk. There is an accumulation of cases that are no longer predominantly assignable to clusters.
  Very high risk. There are uncontrolled outbreaks and widespread spread.

Incidence by age group

Von Colazivi – Own work, case data from AGES (CSV-Download), Population data from Statistik Austria – data.statistik.gv.at (both CC-BY 4.0)., CC BY-SA 4.0Link

Number of vaccinated persons in Austria

Colazivi – Own work, figures from Bundesministerium für Soziales, Gesundheit, Pflege und Konsumentenschutz

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