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Corona in Germany: RKI reports case numbers – incidence hardly changed

The Robert Koch Institute announces the current figures on new corona infections, incidence and hospitalization. The data from Tuesday (28.09.2021).

Berlin / Frankfurt – The Robert Koch Institute has published the corona data for today’s Tuesday (September 28th, 2021). In the case of the seven-day incidence in Germany, there was hardly any dynamism recently. Details in brief.

Corona situation in Germany: RKI reports the number of cases on Tuesday (28.09.2021)

Day New corona infections Incidence Hospitalization Incidence
Tuesday (28.09.2021) 4171 60.3
Monday (27.09.2021) 3022 61.7 n / a
Sunday (26.09.2021) 7774 61.4 k. A.
Saturday (25.09.2021) 7211 60.6 k. A.
Friday (09/24/2021) 9727 62.5 1.58
Thursday (23.09.2021) 10,696 63.1 1.57
Wednesday (22.09.2021) 10,454 65.0 1.65
Tuesday (21.09.2021) 4664 68.5 1.63
Monday (09/20/2021) 3736 71.0 1.65
Das RKI veröffentlicht täglich die Daten zur Pandemie in Deutschland. (Symbolbild)


The RKI publishes the data on the pandemic in Germany on a daily basis. (Symbol image)

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