Seven-day incidence in Berlin remains at 15.4

Seven-day incidence in Berlin remains at 15.4

The seven-day incidence in Berlin remains well below 20.


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The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported 15.4 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days on 14 June 2021, the figure unchanged from the previous day. It has been below 20 since Friday, after being above it for months. According to the RKI, there were six new infections but no new deaths linked to Covid-19. However, there are fewer Corona tests at the weekend and not all cases are always reported, so the incidence value on Monday is usually lower than on other days.
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, 179,676 people in Berlin have been proven to be infected with the virus, according to RKI data. A total of 3517 people have died from or with the disease caused by the pathogen. In Berlin, all signals of the so-called Corona traffic light continue to be green. The occupancy rate of intensive care beds with Covid 19 patients was 7.9 per cent, according to the health administration's situation report. The so-called R-value, which indicates how many people an infected person infects, was 0.73 on Monday.

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| Last edited: Monday, 14. June 2021 12:24 Uhr

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