As of 8:30 a.m. on Sunday morning, 981 people in Tyrol are CoV-positive. The re are also seven other B.1.351 suspected cases. The seven-day incidence has also risen to 81.4, but is still well below the Austrian average.
According to the State of Tyrol, there are now 582 confirmed and partly unconfirmed cases of the South African mutation. Furthermore, around 60 percent of all confirmed and partly unconfirmed cases of mutation in South Africa are recorded in the Schwaz district, around 18 percent in the Kufstein district and around ten percent in the Innsbruck-Land district.
While 118 new CoV infections have been recorded since Saturday, 88 people have been considered recovered since then. Seven more CoV infected people had to be treated in the hospitals than on Saturday.
District numbers (those who have recovered in brackets)
• Schwaz: 214 (7.448)
• Kufstein: 135 (7.050)
• Innsbruck-Land: 135 (9,872)
• Innsbruck city: 110 (6,894)
• Lienz: 106 (3.312)
• Kitzbühel: 91 (3.356)
• Reutte: 77 (1.308)
• Imst: 75 (3.317)
• Landeck: 36 (2.985)
Other South Tyrolean communities under quarantine
The new measures apply not only to the previous municipalities of Meran, St. Pankraz, Riffian and Moos im Passeier, but also to Mals, Lana, St. Martin im Passeier, Kuens and St. Leonhard im Passeier. As of Monday, this will already apply to Merano, the second largest city in South Tyrol, and three other communities in the area.