Seven-day incidence in Berlin remains high at 316.7

Seven-day incidence in Berlin remains high at 316.7

The Coronavirus incidence in Berlin remains high at 316.7 on Monday morning (Dec. 20, 2021), according to data provided by the Robert Koch Institute.

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The Coronavirus incidence refers to the number of Covid infections registered within seven days per 100,000 inhabitants. The incidence in Berlin on Monday was slightly higher than the previous days, and significantly higher than last week. The national average in Germany is similarly high.
243 registered new infections were reported in Berlin after the weekend, bringing the total to just under 310,000. No new deaths were reported. In total, 3964 people died in Berlin in connection with Coronavirus.
According to the latest data from Sunday, 5.3 people per 100,000 inhabitants were hospitalized with a Coronavirus infection over the past seven days. Within the State's Coronavirus warning system, this is rated as yellow. Code red was announced regarding the occupancy of intensive care beds with Covid-19 patients, where the most recent figures report 22.3 percent.

Source: dpa/deepl.com

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