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Incidence in Bavaria continues to fall – new vaccination support makes one sit up and take notice

The corona numbers in Bavaria make you sit up and take notice, it is the 14th decline in a row. But experts have an important objection. All news in the ticker.

  • The corona numbers in Bavaria are falling. But experts have an important objection (see first report).
  • The churches in Bavaria want to support the vaccination campaign (see update from December 10th, 12:45 p.m.).
  • This news ticker is updated regularly.

Update from December 10th, 12.45 p.m.: The Catholic and Evangelical Churches in Bavaria are calling for corona vaccination – and want to make their own rooms available for vaccination campaigns. “Churches and community halls are central places that many people in the Free State are familiar with.” Health Minister Klaus Holetschek said on Friday in Munich. The churches also have “special access to the people” and can “enter into conversation with those who doubt or hesitate”.

According to the ministry, the Protestant regional bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm asked in a letter to check in all 1540 regional parishes whether they could offer vaccination centers on site or volunteer help. In this way, the church could make its contribution “to this huge effort,” said Bedford-Strohm accordingly.

According to the head of the Bavarian Catholic Office, Lorenz Wolf, all Bavarian dioceses also support efforts to “make it easier for people of all ages to have access to vaccinations”. Occasionally there had been vaccination campaigns in church parishes since the summer.

Incidence in Bavaria continues to fall – but experts raise important objections

First report from December 10th, 8.29 a.m .: Munich – The seven-day incidence * in Bavaria has continued to decrease. On Friday morning the Robert Koch Institute * (RKI) reported a value of 447.7. This is the 14th decline in a row – on Thursday the value was still at 471.2. Bavaria, however, remains slightly above the nationwide incidence of Friday (413.7).

Incidence in Bavaria has fallen – no more hotspots over 1000

In the meantime, no district or urban district in the Free State is more than the incidence mark of 1000, from which stricter corona measures are currently in force. The RKI reported 115 other corona-related deaths in Bavaria. In total there were now 18,425. The districts with the highest incidence values are currently Freyung-Grafenau (930.4) and Passau (788.3).

Corona numbers in Bavaria are falling – but experts with an important objection

When evaluating the infection rate, however, it should be borne in mind that experts are currently assuming a noticeable underreporting. Health authorities and clinics can no longer keep up with reporting cases, at least in individual regions.

Corona summit with Scholz: Söder and country leaders discuss the current situation

Meanwhile, Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder * made it clear that Corona can only be fought resolutely together. A “close coordination between the federal and state levels remains crucial,” wrote the CSU boss at yesterday’s Corona summit on Twitter. (kam / dpa) * / bayern is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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