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Hospitalizations data of Austria

On this page you'll see different charts concerning the SARS-CoV-2 virus and how it affects Austria in particular. These data are updated on a daily basis. (Source: BMSGPK, data without warranty).

The charts are interactive! Feel free to select the data range for yourself; hover effects give you some more informations, clicks and right clicks on items give you some more options.


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This chart shows the treatment of the positive tested cases in absolute numbers in a timeline.


The proportion of the hospitalized cases by federal provinces. Please choose your preferred chart.

 
Explanation of the diagram and what you see here:
Here you have a selection list available where you can choose which diagram you want to see. The following diagrams are available: total hospitalized, normal patients, intensive care patients;
The diagrams themselves then show you the historical course of the total hospitalized, the normal patients who are treated for Covid-19 and the Covid-19 patients who are treated in intensive care.



So many people are in intensive care compared to the quantity of treatment in hospital total.


This chart shows the timeline of treatment of normal care and intensive care in hospitals in % compared to the currently positive cases.


A chart about the ratio of intensive care to total positive in %.


The percentage of occupied ressources for normal care and intensive care in the hospitals. The real data can be a little bit different because the capacity is calculated as an absolute term and is not updated every day.


This two charts show the % of the current positive, recovered and death cases respectively the % of the different treatments of the current positive cases.


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