Coronavirus incidence in Berlin at 140,2
The seven-day incidence in Berlin has risen slightly again. According to information provided by the Robert Koch Institute on Monday morning, 140.2 out of 100,000 people were proven to be infected with the Coronavirus. On Sunday, the incidence value had been 139.2, compared to 122.8 a week earlier.
A man shows a swab for testing for the Sars-CoV-2 virus.
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Within one day, 81 new infections were reported, compared to 178 on Sunday. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 3704 people have died in Berlin in connection with Covid-19. In Monday, no new deaths were registered for the second day in a row. However, new infections are not always reported over the weekend and at the beginning of a new week.
The incidence value is only one way to assess the development in the pandemic. The Coronavirus traffic light, a warning light system established by the Berlin Senate, showed red on Monday. 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 a week after a Covid-q9 infection. About two-thirds of Berliners are fully vaccinated against the virus, according to the health administration.
Berliners who have received a Coronavirus vaccination with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine can receive a booster shot at the Messe and Tegel vaccination centers regardless of their age.