Current Covid-19 situation in Upper Austria: 550 new infections, 8,821 current cases (as of November 29, 5 p.m.)

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Upper Austria. From Saturday, November 28th to Sunday, November 29th, 550 new Covid-19 cases were reported in Upper Austria, after 1,092 the previous day. At the same time, the number of people who have recovered has increased, so 8,821 people are currently Covid-19-positive in the state of Upper Austria. In addition, 15 new deaths were reported, including five late reports.

As of November 28th, 5 p.m., the number of current Covid-19 cases reported in Upper Austria is 9,680 – and thus for the first time since November 5th again below 10,000. On Friday the number was 10,550.

A total of 56,683 cases have been recorded in Upper Austria so far (including recovered and deceased people). The number of people in quarantine is 31,763 (previous day: 33,837). For information: Category 1 contact persons are without exception segregated by the authorities and must therefore go into quarantine, regardless of whether they are symptomatic or asymptomatic.

Two regions in Upper Austria are above the 1,000 mark among the currently infected: The city of Linz counts 1,183 (previous day: 1,307), the Linz-Land district 1,037 (previous day: 1,156).

Nine regions are now below the 500 mark again, the positive tail light of the positive cases is Steyr-Stadt with currently 170 infected (previous day 199), if the cases are calculated according to per mil to the total population, the Gmunden district is least affected with 2.9 per mil .

All numbers from the individual districts are below www.land-oberoesterreich.gv.at/232009.htm to find.

1,092 new positive cases

From November 27th to 28th there were 1,092 new infections in Upper Austria, after 1,076 the day before.

The state of Upper Austria has set up its own contact tracing employee pool to support the district administrative authorities with contact tracing, which has been increased to 180 employees and thus more than doubled.

15 more deaths, including five late registrations

Another 15 deaths had to be reported in connection with Covid-19:

  • 87-year-old patient, living in the Urfahr-Umgebung district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 27.11. (KH Barmherzige Brüder Linz)
  • 67-year-old patient, living in the Linz-Land district, with previous illnesses, date of death: November 27th. (Kepler University Hospital)
  • 73-year-old patient, living in the Urfahr-Umgebung district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 27.11. (Kepler University Hospital)
  • 82-year-old patient, living in the Wels-Land district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 28.11. (Clinic Wels-Grieskirchen / Wels)
  • 88-year-old patient, living in the Kirchdorf district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 28.11. (SK Bad Ischl)
  • 95-year-old patient, living in Wels, with previous illnesses, date of death: 29.11. (Clinic Wels-Grieskirchen / Wels)
  • 84-year-old patient, living in the Braunau district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 28.11. (St. Josef Braunau am Inn)
  • 84-year-old patient, living in the Urfahr-Umgebung district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 29.11. (Order Hospital Elisabethinen Linz)
  • 84-year-old patient, living in the Eferding district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 29.11. (Clinic Wels-Grieskirchen / Wels)
  • 79-year-old patient, living in the Rohrbach district, with previous illnesses, date of death: 27.11. (BAPH Aigen-Schlägl)
  • 5 late reports of deaths were recorded from 12 noon yesterday to 12 noon today. The late registrations are from November. The deceased patients came from the districts of Grieskirchen, Steyr-Land, Rohrbach, Vöcklabruck and Kirchdorf and were between 59 and 90 years old.


As reported by the Upper Austria crisis team, there were a total of 41 late reports of deaths in connection with Covid-19 from November 28th to 28th. Most of the late registrations come from November (two from October). This includes deaths of Upper Austrians in hospitals in other federal states (this applies to the Perg / Steyr-Land area, from which patients were also in the Amstetten and Waidhofen clinics), deaths at home, in nursing homes and late registrations from hospitals. The age of these deceased patients is between 64 and 100 years; the patients come from the districts of Linz, Linz-Land, Wels, Steyr, Eferding, Grieskirchen, Perg, Rohrbach, Ried, Vöcklabruck, Kirchdorf.

Overall, as of November 28, 5 p.m., Upper Austria had 598 deaths in connection with Covid-19.

Tense situation in hospitals (November 28)

The number of people who have to be treated with Covid-19 in the hospital has fallen to 843 on November 28, 5 p.m., after 873 the day before. The number of people in intensive care has risen to 148 after 145 the day before.The state announced today that from December 1st, another 142 beds to relieve the Upper Austria. Hospitals will be available.

In Upper Austria, the situation in the hospitals remains very tense. By activating the crisis plans and expanding the intensive capacities, the Upper Austria. Hospitals will work together to cope with the acute challenges of the coming weeks. Since yesterday, Friday, November 27th, 175 intensive care and ventilation places have been available for Covid-19 patients.

Situation in the old people’s and nursing homes (November 29)

Currently, 533 employees and 596 residents in 116 Upper Austrian retirement and nursing homes have tested positive for Covid-19 (as of November 28, 2020).

Positive cases in schools (November 29)

277 Upper Austrian school locations are currently affected by Covid-19 and 306 students and 225 teachers have tested positive for Covid-19 (as of November 28, 2020).

A detailed list of schools is currently not available.

Austria in lockdown, stricter rules in Upper Austria, Nikolo visit possible

Austria has been in the second lockdown since Tuesday, November 17th. The regulation in detail: www.tips.at/n/521080

In Upper Austria, in addition to the federal ordinances, the stricter regulations – i.e. the ban on visits – remain in place in old people’s and nursing homes and hospitals. In Upper Austria, lingering and consuming in shopping centers, market halls and passageways as well as in front of entrances and exits or in the associated parking lots are prohibited. This also applies to train stations, except for travelers. All information under www.tips.at/n/521210

Santa Claus is allowed to come despite Corona measures. The Covid-19 Emergency Measures Ordinance was amended after today’s (November 25) referral by the Main Committee of the National Council and brings legal clarifications. For example, “professional practice” also includes voluntary activities such as visiting St. Nicholas. The amendment to the Emergency Ordinance comes into force on November 27th. All details: www.tips.at/n/521901

Mass tests in Upper Austria will start on December 11th (November 26th)

The pedagogues will start on December 5th, and the broad-based antigen testing of the Upper Austrian population will start on December 11th. Around 570 test stations will be set up throughout Upper Austria for four days of testing. More on www.tips.at/n/521980

Information: Shopping tours to Germany

Shopping tours to Germany are not permitted due to the currently applicable exit restrictions. Crossing the border to Germany is only permitted for the purpose of supplying basic goods for daily life (e.g. food, sanitary articles, refueling a vehicle). Anyone who cannot make this credible during a police check must expect severe penalties.

Number of tests in Upper Austria

The crisis team advises that tests are only possible after contacting the health number 1450. “We ask citizens not to go to the drive-ins unannounced.”

  • 28. November: 1.775
  • 27. November: 2.537
  • 26. November: 2.547
  • 25. November: 2.954
  • 24. November: 3.141
  • 23. November: 2.551
  • November 22: 2,026 (additional 93 “NoEMS” tests)
  • 21.November: 2.076
  • 20. November: 3.489
  • 19. November: 3.637
  • 18. November: 3.687
  • 17. November: 3.642
  • 16. November: 2.951
  • November 15: 2,182 (additional 101 “NoEMS” tests)
  • 14. November: 2.569
  • 13. November: 3.641
  • 12. November: 4.471
  • 11. November: 4.161
  • 10. November: 4.552
  • 9. November: 3.362
  • November 8: 3,579 (additional 2,693 tourism tests * and 163 “NoEMS” tests)
  • 7. November: 3.599
  • November 6: 5,052 (previous high)
  • 5. November: 3.626
  • 4. November: 4.230
  • 3. November: 4.782
  • 2. November: 3.719
  • November 1st: 3,628 (additional 2,301 tourism tests * and 123 “NoEMS” tests)


* Since July 1st, 26,125 additional voluntary tests have been carried out in tourism. The test numbers are not broken down by day and are therefore credited proportionally on Sundays.

** These are private tests that were not ordered by the authorities. These are now recorded in the EMS (Epidemiological Reporting System) and are also not broken down by day but are credited proportionally on Sundays).

A total of 71,805 tests were carried out in October 2020. This number does not include tourism tests and private tests that were not officially ordered. On average, around 2,316 tests were carried out per day – almost 1,000 more than in the previous month. The median is 2,169. The fewest tests were carried out on October 18th with 1,002, the most on October 28th with 4,812. Even more tests have only been carried out on November 6th since the beginning of the pandemic in Upper Austria.

A total of 39,474 tests were carried out in September 2020. This number does not include tourism tests and private tests that were not officially ordered. On average, around 1,360 tests were carried out per day, the median is 1,190. The fewest tests were performed on September 5th with 652, most on September 24th with 2,563. On Saturday, September 26, 2020, the mark of 200,000 accepted tests by the Upper Austrian Red Cross was exceeded in Upper Austria. In addition, around 4,200 tourism tests were carried out in September.

A total of 29,845 tests were carried out in August 2020. On average, almost 963 tests were carried out per day. The most testing day in August was August 25 with 1,463 tests. Of the tests carried out, 1,816 were returned to Croatia. Most of those returning from Croatia were tested on August 17, the day the travel warning came into force (749). The voluntary screening program for travelers returning from the Balearic Islands between 20 and 30 August 2020 has also been completed. A total of 38 people were tested, 3 of them positive. 4,688 of the tests in tourism can be assigned to the month of August.

In July 2020, a total of 42,955 tests were carried out. Accordingly, an average of 1,385 tests per day were carried out, the median value is 1,407 tests. The most testing day in July was July 8th with 1,973 tests. On July 25, the fewest tests were carried out with 623 tests.



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