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"The situation is stabilizing": Is that the Corona turnaround before Christmas?

The corona numbers are falling. Is that the U-turn before Christmas? Karl Lauterbach gives hope, but still considers the numbers to be “far too high”.

Hamm – The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) recently reported a significant decrease in the Corona * numbers. Apparently fewer people are now infected with the virus. The 7-day incidence on December 15 was 353.0 – a week earlier the value was 459.3. The incidence is also falling in North Rhine-Westphalia *, after reaching its highest level on December 7th at 297.0. Has the U-turn been successful? Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach gives hope for Christmas – but some experts also warn, reveals wa.de *.

Not only is the number of detected infections falling. The nationwide number of adult corona patients in intensive care units has stabilized at almost 5,000 in the past few days, reports wa.de *. According to the intensive care medicine association DIVI, it is still too early to assess this development. According to RKI figures, the general number of hospital admissions for corona infected people has not increased any further recently. * wa.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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