Avian influenza: compulsory stabling in parts of Austria
From 5 December 2023, additional biosecurity measures (compulsory stabling) will apply in certain areas in Burgenland, Carinthia, Lower Austria and Upper Austria until further notice.
Measles: Current case numbers
In Austria, 172 confirmed cases of measles have been reported so far this year. Most cases have been registered in Styria.
AGES radar for infectious diseases
Here you can find the latest report on outbreaks and infectious diseases
Goose grass on the rise
The heat-loving goose grass is currently only found here in isolated cases. However, it is expected to spread further as a result of climate change.
With calendar week 40, the surveillance of the current influenza season by the Clinical Sentinelsurveillance System has started.
Climate cookbook: Federal Minister Norbert Totschnig visits the cookery workshop at HBLA Sitzenberg
For our digital climate cookbook, students from HBLA Sitzenberg cook the Austrians' favourite pulses recipes. Federal Minister Norbert Totschnig was a guest to get a first-hand impression of the…
Asian ladybirds: More offspring due to rising temperatures
In October/November, Asian ladybirds start looking for suitable winter quarters. They like houses, which can be a nuisance because they form large clusters for the winter.
Adaptation to climate change
Here you will find our information on adaptation to climate change, from soil to plants and animals to humans.