The RKI recently reported over 200,000 corona cases in one day. The increase could have something to do not only with Omikron, but also with software problems.
Fulda – Since an update of the software with which the health authorities transmit the data to the RKI, there have apparently been massive speed problems, at least in some authorities – with the result that the large number of new cases could not be entered in full. Apparently, authorities are particularly affected where several users want to enter data into the software at the same time. fuldaerzeitung.de* reveals which problems arise in addition to the falsified incidences.
In addition to Fulda, the city of Frankfurt reports on it in Hesse*. And this technical problem also appears outside of Hesse, as the city of Düsseldorf also points out on its website. And when you look at the daily updated map of Germany with the RKI case numbers, it is noticeable that in some districts the numbers have recently decreased suspiciously, contrary to the general trend. *fuldaerzeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.