Seven-day incidence drops to 31.4

Seven-day incidence drops to 31.4

The seven-day incidence in Berlin has continued to decline: The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported 31.4 infected persons per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days on Thursday.

A woman is tested for coronavirus.

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A woman is tested for coronavirus.

There were 192 new infections in the capital, bringing the total number of people infected since the outbreak of the pandemic to 178,748. This brings the total number of infected people since the outbreak of the pandemic to 178,748. In addition, the institute registered two more deaths related to Covid-19. The number of deaths on Thursday was 3499. Due to the declining new infections and the resulting drop in incidence, further relaxations will come into effect in the capital this Friday. Restaurants, for example, will be allowed to offer their indoor areas to guests again from 4 June, but only if the test result is negative. The obligation to test is waived in outdoor restaurants and when shopping.

Source: dpa/deepl.com

| Last edited: Thursday, 3. June 2021 08:33 Uhr

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