The seven-day incidence for the spread of Coronavirus in Berlin has continued to rise slightly.
As of Tuesday (Nov. 16, 2021), the incidence was at 315.8, according to the Robert Koch Institute. The figure indicates how many Covid-19 infections per 100,000 inhabitants were registered in the past seven days. On Monday, the value was 306.2, a week ago it was around 220.
Nearly 2600 new cases reported
Berlin health authorities reported 2593 proven new Covid infections within one day, including follow-up reports from the weekend. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, 245,553 people in Berlin have been infected with the Coronavirus. Three additional people died in connection with Covid-19. In total, there have been 3762 Covid-related deaths in Berlin since the start of the pandemic.
Coronavirus warning light shows red, yellow and green
The incidence is only one value to assess the development in the pandemic. The Coronavirus traffic light of the Berlin Senate was set to red on Tuesday. The occupancy of intensive care beds with Covid-19 patients is rated yellow while the so-called hospitalization incidence shows green. According to Senate data, 67.9 percent of people in Berlin have been fully vaccinated against Coronavirus so far.
Last edited: Tuesday, 16. November 2021 09:10 Uhr