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RKI reports increasing incidence: Hotspot with a value of over 200 – “Creative ideas” required for vaccinations

The corona numbers in Germany continue to rise. Medical President Klaus Reinhardt calls for “creative ideas” to drive the vaccination campaign forward. The news ticker.

  • The corona numbers in Germany are rising again.
  • The vaccination rate continues to slow – creative measures are required.
  • This news ticker is updated regularly.

Berlin – The seven-day incidence in Germany rose again on Monday (23 August). According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), it was 56.4 nationwide – the previous day the value was 54.5, a week ago it was only 36.2. In some cities and districts, the value is now over 100 again. With an incidence of 205.8, the Leverkusen district is currently the nationwide Corona hotspot, according to the RKI.

Corona in Germany: Incidence continues to rise – NRW hotspot with a value of over 200

The health authorities in Germany reported a total of 3668 new infections with the coronavirus * to the RKI within one day. This is evident from the figures that reflect the status of the RKI dashboard at 4:30 a.m. A week ago the value was still 2126 infections *. In addition, the RKI reported a total of four new deaths.

The incidence has so far been the basis for many restrictions in the corona pandemic *, for example as part of the federal emergency brake that expired at the end of June. In the future, other values such as hospital admissions are to be taken into account to a greater extent.

Corona in Germany: From Monday, partially expanded 3G rules

From this Monday, partially expanded “3G” rules will apply in Germany: access to restaurants, hairdressers, clinics, swimming pools and other indoor areas is only given to those who have been vaccinated, who have recovered or who have tested negative when there is a high infection rate. New rules will also apply in Bavaria from Monday. “The pandemic is not over,” warned Bavarian Health Minister Klaus Holetschek (CSU).

Despite the threat of restrictions for people without a corona vaccination * in everyday life, vaccination centers and medical practices in Germany are currently not seeing a general trend towards more vaccinations. There should be new momentum in many places through special measures.

Im Sportpark Ronhof Thomas Sommer in Fürth besteht vor dem Stadion die Möglichkeit sich ohne Termin gegen das Coronavirus impfen zu lassen.


At the weekend in front of the stadium in Fürth there was the opportunity to be vaccinated without an appointment on the sidelines of the Bundesliga game against Bielefeld.

Corona vaccinations: doctor’s president calls for “creative ideas”

For example, Lower Saxony announced a nationwide corona vaccination campaign for young people from the age of twelve in the week from August 30th. Targeted campaigns for the younger generation are to take place in around 50 locations – for example at vocational schools, youth centers, city centers and sports fields.

Medical president Klaus Reinhardt suggested in the newspapers of the Funke media group : “We should also get sports clubs, cultural associations and the various religious institutions on board for the vaccination campaign.” Sufficient vaccine, personnel and logistics are available. “Now creative ideas are needed,” continues Reinhardt. (ph / dpa) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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