The seven-day incidence in Berlin has increased slightly again.
According to the figures released by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on Monday morning (26 July 2021), it is now 23.8. On the two previous days, the value was 23.5. It indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been newly infected with the virus within seven days. Berlin is thus no longer the federal state with the highest seven-day incidence: In Hamburg, the value is still somewhat higher at 25.0. In a nationwide comparison at the district level, the independent city of Solingen in North Rhine-Westphalia is ahead with 67.2.
In Berlin, 11 new infections with the Corona virus have been reported between Sunday and Monday. The number of new infections known to the RKI is often lower at the weekend than during the week. One reason is delays in reporting by the health offices. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 181,714 Corona infections have been registered in the capital. According to the RKI data, there have been no other deaths related to the virus recently. According to the RKI, 48.3 per cent of Berliners have already been fully vaccinated, 59.9 per cent have received at least the first vaccination.
Last edited: Monday, 26. July 2021 09:25 Uhr