Seven-day incidence in Berlin at 61.5

Seven-day incidence in Berlin at 61.5

In Berlin, the number of Corona cases per 100,000 inhabitants has further decreased within one week. The incidence is now 61.5, as the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) announced on 19 May 2021. On Tuesday, the value was still 63.

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381 new infections were reported. Nine more people died in connection with the coronavirus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 176,035 people have been reported as infected in Berlin. The number of deaths rose to 3412. 167,600 Berliners are considered recovered.
Since the incidence value remained below 100 for five working days in a row, there will now be first relaxations from Wednesday after months of lockdown. The controversial night-time curfew will be lifted. In addition, museums, exhibitions and memorials will be allowed to reopen - with conditions such as distance rules and proof of a negative Corona test. Theatres, opera houses, concert halls and cinemas are allowed to offer open-air events. Initially, a maximum of 250 people are allowed.
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| Last edited: Wednesday, 19. May 2021 08:16 Uhr

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