RKI: Incidence in Berlin rises to 21.8

RKI: Incidence in Berlin rises to 21.8

In Berlin, more people are becoming infected with the coronavirus again. In the past seven days, 21.8 infections per 100,000 inhabitants were reported, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) as of early Wednesday morning (21 July 2021).

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A corona rapid test is prepared in a test station.

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This means that the so-called seven-day incidence has risen again. On Tuesday, the value was 18.0, on Monday 15.8. The RKI reported 251 new infections for Berlin compared to the previous day, and two additional deaths were registered. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 181,593 people in the capital have been infected with the virus, according to the institute. Most are considered to have recovered. 3576 infected people died in relation with Covid-19.

Source: dpa

| Last edited: Wednesday, 21. July 2021 10:05 Uhr

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