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Austrian coronavirus cases rise by a record 3,614 infections

Reuters | Updated: 24-10-2020 23:18 IST | Created: 24-10-2020 23:14 IST
Austrian coronavirus cases rise by a record 3,614 infections
The total confirmed cases in Austria rose to 79,770 cases, with 1,002 people now in hospital and 172 in intensive care units. Image Credit: ANI

New coronavirus infections in Austria rose by a daily record of 3,614 cases, health authorities said on Saturday.

The count was well over the 2,571 reported on Friday. The total confirmed cases in Austria rose to 79,770 cases, with 1,002 people now in hospital and 172 in intensive care units.


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