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Nearly 11,500 new infections, the infection rate rises to more than 165

Nearly 11,500 new infections, the infection rate rises to more than 165

DrHealth authorities in Germany have reported 11,437 new cases of corona to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) within one day. In addition, 92 new deaths were recorded within 24 hours. That comes from the RKI numbers from Monday morning. Subsequent changes or additions to RKI are possible. On Mondays, the number of cases reported by RKI is usually lower, among other things because fewer tests are done on the weekends and fewer test results are sent.

On Monday a week ago, the International Institute for Côte d’Ivoire recorded 13,245 new infections and 99 new deaths within a day.

According to the RKI, the number of new infections reported within seven days per 100,000 inhabitants reached 165.3 nationwide on Monday morning. The day before, the RKI had given this seven-day injury a 162.3.

More than 80 thousand deaths in Corona

The RKI Index counted 3,153,699 Sars-CoV-2 infections detected in Germany since the start of the epidemic. The actual total number is likely much higher, as many infections have yet to be identified. RKI mentioned the number of those who recovered at 2,787,200. The total number of people who died with or with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection increased to 80006.

The nationwide seven-day R value was 1.16 according to the RKI report from Sunday evening (previous day: 1.22). This means that 100 infected people would theoretically infect 116 others. The R value represents the incidence of infection 8 to 16 days ago. If it is less than 1 for a longer period of time, the infection process subsides; If it is consistently higher, the number of cases increases.

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Meanwhile, the nationwide discussions on emergency brakes for Corona will enter a potentially crucial week. The CDU / CSU and SPD parliamentary groups will speak at video conferences Monday about changes to the Infection Protection Act. Parliament debated the government bill for the first time last week and will vote on it on Wednesday. At the end of the week there were still negotiations between the coalition factions over the final changes.