Seven-day incidence in Berlin at 135

Seven-day incidence in Berlin at 135

The so-called seven-day incidence as a corona indicator was 135 in Berlin on Friday, a value similar to the previous day. By Friday, 886 new corona infections had been reported.

A man holds a swab for a corona test over a tube.

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A man holds a swab for a corona test over a tube.

Almost 778,000 people (21.2 percent of the population) in Berlin have been vaccinated once so far. Of these, 308,000 (8.4 percent) also received the second vaccination. Since Friday, the data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has been published in the Senate's Corona Situation Report, which is updated daily. This was established nationwide in order to have a uniform basis. Due to a slightly different statistical recording, the RKI value of the seven-day incidence is lower than the old value of the Senate. A value of 133.9 for the seven-day incidence dated Saturday (24 April) was also given.
The total number of registered infections rose to 163,666. Almost 150,000 people are considered to have recovered. So far, 3180 people (+ 5) have died in Berlin in connection with Covid-19. The proportion of Corona patients in Berlin's intensive care units has again risen slightly and remained in the red zone at 27.9 percent. The R-value, which indicates how many people an infected person infects on average, on the other hand, was in the green zone at 0.88.

Source: dpa/deepl.com

| Last edited: Friday, 23. April 2021 20:21 Uhr

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