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Corona: Again over 14,000 new infections – But RKI reports good news about the hospitalization value

The corona parameters continue to rise, and the RKI is now reporting a significant increase in the number of deaths. Only the incidence of hospitalizations has fallen slightly. The news ticker.

  • The Corona * incidence is rising again, the RKI reports more than 14,000 new Corona cases.
  • However, the incidence of hospitalization is falling slightly.
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Update from September 3, 9:15 a.m.: The corona numbers are increasing and the vaccination campaign continues to stall. Berlin’s Governing Mayor Michael Müller has now complained about the slow pace of vaccination. “In the meantime, the progress of the vaccination has become very tough. We fight for every single vaccination, although we have enough vaccine and a good infrastructure, ”said Müller of the German press agency.

“We therefore have to continue with creative vaccination offers such as club night, vaccinations in parking lots, in the S-Bahn or in Alexa.” That definitely brings something, says Müller. “With these offers, we have been able to provide around 50,000 additional vaccinations in the past few weeks.”

It is astonishing that after this long pandemic phase it is still so difficult to convince people of the importance of this vaccination. Müller said he was careful with predicting whether and when herd immunity would be possible. “But I am very optimistic that even without herd immunity we no longer need a lockdown because we have other measures to prevent it.”

Corona: Again over 14,000 new infections – but RKI reports falling hospitalization incidence

Original report from September 3, 2021: Berlin – The Corona * numbers have been rising again for weeks, now more than 10,000 new infections are recorded daily. Now the Robert Koch Institute is reporting a skyrocketing number of registered deaths, but the hospitalization rate is not rising for the time being.

Corona in Germany: the seven-day incidence rises again – RKI reports a value of 80.2

It is considered an important tool within the corona pandemic: the seven-day incidence. According to the RKI, it will rise again on Friday, September 3, 2021. With a value of 80.2, the value shows how many people are currently infected with the corona virus per 100,000 inhabitants within Germany. The previous day the value was 76.9, a week ago it was 70.3.

And the new corona infections also rose again on Friday, according to official information, a total of 14,251 people have been infected with the corona virus within the past 24 hours. A week ago, the value was 12,029 new infections. The number of deaths rose sharply on Friday, the RKI reported 45 cases in which people died from or with the corona virus, according to official information. A week earlier, the value was 14 deaths.

Corona in Germany: Incidence of hospitalization is falling slightly

If the seven-day incidence was previously an important tool for assessing the corona pandemic, attention should also be paid to other parameters in the future. For example, the RKI has recently started reporting the number of hospital admissions in its daily status report.

The seven-day hospitalization incidence indicates how many admissions of Covid 19 patients in inpatient treatment per 100,000 inhabitants were reported in seven days. On Thursday, the RKI gave the value in the management report as 1.74 (previous day 1.81). A nationwide threshold value from when the situation can be viewed critically is not provided for the incidence of hospitalization, among other things because of large regional differences.

The previous high was around 15.5 around Christmas time. The seven-day incidence is calculated according to RKI information on the basis of the reporting date to the local health department. According to this, an average of about ten days elapse between an infection and hospitalization, so the hospitalization incidence reflects the infection situation with a noticeable delay. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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