In Berlin, more infections with the coronavirus have been detected again.
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported a seven-day incidence of 125.0 early Wednesday morning (Oct. 27, 2021). The figure indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants were found to be infected with the virus within seven days. On Tuesday, the incidence value was at 118.7, on Monday it was at 114.9. The number of infections also rose nationwide in recent days.
More than 1,000 new infections, seven additional deaths
According to the RKI data, 1083 new infections were reported for Berlin, compared to 995 on the day before. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 220,199 people in Berlin have thus been proven to be infected with the virus. The number of people who died from or with the coronavirus rose to 3,684, which is seven more deaths than before.
Corona warning light flashes red
The incidence is only one value to assess the development of the pandemic. The Coronavirus warning light of the Berlin Senate, which follows a traffic light color-coded system, was set to red on Tuesday. The occupancy of intensive care beds with Covid-19 patients was last assessed with yellow, the so-called hospitalization incidence with green. The latter indicates how many people per 100,000 inhabitants were hospitalized within one week after a Coronavirus infection.
Last edited: Wednesday, 27. October 2021 10:27 Uhr