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Carnival despite Corona – investigation shows what consequences 11.11. would have

Cologne had to choose for 11.11. Put up with criticism. Thousands of people celebrated there in a partly confined space – despite Corona. It is now clear what consequences that had.

Cologne – Cologne * wanted to start the carnival for sure. Despite Corona, on 11.11. the start of the Cologne Carnival * was celebrated. This is why the 2G rule applied to many areas of the city. Despite the safety precautions, there was criticism, including in the aftermath. The question that has been in the room since then: What influence did the mass parties of November 11th have. on the infection process? A study by the city of Cologne provides the first answers. Among other things, 426 people were infected with the corona virus.
24RHEIN * shows the consequences of 11.11. had on the corona numbers.

For the study, the city's health department compared the incidence courses of Cologne with other cities. * 24RHEIN is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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