The corona numbers in Berlin continue to rise. The health authorities reported 2843 new infections in one day, as the Robert Koch Institute announced on Friday. That was a good 500 more than on Friday last week.

This means that 357 out of 100,000 Berliners infected with the virus in the past seven days.

A week ago, this so-called seven-day incidence was 346. 19 other people died in connection with Covid 19 disease. Since the outbreak of the pandemic there are now 3814.

The highest seven-day incidence in the districts is currently in Reinickendorf (462), the lowest in Marzahn-Hellersdorf (199). Nationwide it is around 438.

The situation in the districts

All districts reported new numbers on Friday: Most new infections were registered in Neukölln with 362.

At the same time there was a warning about Neukölln in the management report: “Due to the current high incidence and the associated process changes in the Neukölln Health Department, the number of cases for the district is not up-to-date on a daily basis. This means that the reported number of cases from Neukölln are currently systematically under-recorded. “

The reported cases are followed by Pankow (+339), Steglitz-Zehlendorf (+337), Mitte (+291) and Tempelhof-Schöneberg (+261).

Four districts are above the 400 threshold for incidence (previous day: three): The hotspot is still Reinickendorf with an incidence of 462. This is followed by Pankow (421.8), Treptow-Köpenick (406.2) and Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf ( 401.3).

Only one district is still below the 200 mark: Marzahn-Hellersdorf (198.8).

The status of the vaccinations

68.9 percent (previous day: 68.8 percent) of Berliners are fully vaccinated. 71.3 percent (previous day: 71.2 percent) have been vaccinated at least once. The total number of doses administered in Berlin is 5,453,025.

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Die Corona-Ampel

Important: In order to include a more meaningful indicator in the corona traffic light, the relative change in the 7-day incidence was replaced by the hospitalization incidence. The 7-day incidence and the occupancy rate of the intensive care beds remain unchanged.

The number of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants – equivalent to the 7-day incidence for Berlin as a whole – the value according to the management report is 357.0 (previous day: 344.8) – the traffic light is on ROT.

The 7-day hospitalization incidence is 4.0 (previous day: 3.8) – the traffic light is on again YELLOW.

This indicator shows how many people per 100,000 inhabitants were hospitalized after a corona infection within a week. The indicator is green when the value is below 4. From 4 the traffic light switches to yellow, at 8 to red.

The utilization of the intensive care beds by corona patients is 19.4 percent (previous day: 19.6 percent) – the traffic light is still on YELLOW.

The limit value for yellow is 5 percent, at 20 percent this traffic light also jumps to red.


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