Seven-day incidence falls below 30 in Berlin

Seven-day incidence falls below 30 in Berlin

The seven-day incidence in Berlin is now below 30. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported a value of 28.7 for the capital on 04 June 2021.

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The number indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been newly infected with the coronavirus in the past seven days. The previous day, the incidence was 31.4. The RKI registered 183 new infections in Berlin. This brings the total number of infected people since the outbreak of the pandemic to 178,931. Three more deaths related to Covid-19 were reported. The total number of deaths on Friday was 3502, according to the RKI.
Due to the decline in new infections and the resulting drop in incidence, further relaxations will come into effect in Berlin this Friday: restaurants will now be allowed to open their indoor areas to guests again, but only if the test result is negative. The testing requirement does not apply to outdoor catering and shopping. Fitness studios are also allowed to reopen. However, a negative test must be presented here as well.
Author: dpa/
Publication date: 23. May 2022
Last updated: 4. June 2021

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