Austria’s COVID 19 update

Herwig Ostermann, Director-General of Health Austria (GÖG), said Monday that the signs in the intensive care rooms were “very positive”. 1.02 This is the reproduction rate in Austria – or the R rate – as of November 18, 2020. If the rate is higher than 1, that means that every person who has the virus infects another person on average. With a high of 1.46 on October 31, a declining figure gives hope that measures are working. Austria set a target of 0.8 to look at reopening many parts of the economy affected by the lockdown. One-third is 33 percent. That’s the amount of strict lockdown Austria has imposed so far, with officials hoping to end the lockdown on December 7. Austrian health authorities have set December 7 as a possible end date for the ongoing coronavirus shutdown and schools to return to normal.

More than three weeks to the closure of the Austrian coronavirus – and one week from the date of the program – there are some signs and symptoms that are good for controlling this Austrian disease. The lowest number of incidents since the morning of October Monday, Austria recorded the lowest number of daily strikes in nearly a month, reports Der Standard. A total of 3,145 new events were announced on Monday morning, the lowest number since October 27th. While it may not be a big win – more than 3,000 diseases are still needed, with 71 deaths reported in the country on Monday – but there are indications that the process to avoid the spread is working . Anschober welcomed the reports, saying the process was “slowly starting to take effect”, although he warned that the numbers were declining on Monday because of the way the reports were reported. the weekend. He urged residents to “avoid any unwanted contact”.

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