644 new Corona infections and 48 further deaths
In Berlin, the number of detected Corona infections has increased by 644. This is according to the situation report of the health administration of Wednesday (03 February 2021).
Test kits with swabs are in a test centre for suspected corona cases.
Directive, general rules of conduct and more: Measures against the corona virus.
The number of infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past week is currently 80.6 and has thus declined somewhat (84.9 the day before). However, Berlin's Corona traffic light still points clearly to red here. The limit for yellow is 30, that for green 20. Individual districts have meanwhile landed at a value below 70: Marzahn-Hellersdorf (62.2), Lichtenberg (69.0) and Tempelhof-Schöneberg (68.9). The so-called seven-day incidence is highest in Mitte with 101.6.
Intensive care bed occupancy with Covid 19 patients decreased to 27.2 percent
The value for the occupancy of intensive care beds with Covid 19 patients also decreased slightly. According to the situation report, it is 27.2 percent (28.4 percent the day before). This means that the Corona warning light continues to have a second red signal. However, at the beginning of January, the figure was 34 per cent. The number of people receiving intensive care for an infection with the corona virus has decreased from 358 to 344. The total number of corona patients treated in Berlin hospitals has dropped from 1281 to 1251.
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A total of 2374 Corona deaths in Berlin
The so-called reproduction rate is 0.76 (0.82 on the previous day), the traffic light shows green here. The R-value indicates how many other people an infected person infects on average. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 121,389 people have been infected with the coronavirus in Berlin. Of these, 108,665 are considered to have recovered. The number of deaths rose by 48 to 2374.
Last edited: Thursday, 4. February 2021 08:42 Uhr