The nationwide 7-day incidence is increasing again.
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reports almost 2,000 new corona infections.
All information here in the news ticker.
Corona in Germany: According to the RKI, the nationwide 7-day incidence rose again on Thursday (July 22nd).
In seven urban and rural districts, the incidence is over 35.
This news ticker on the corona pandemic in Germany is updated regularly
Berlin - The 7-day incidence in Germany continues to rise from 11.4 (previous day) to 12.2.
The Robert Koch Institute * (RKI) reported on Thursday morning.
1,890 new corona infections and 42 other deaths were registered within one day, according to the data.
RKI: Incidence rises to 12.2 - this is how it looks in the federal states
The nationwide 7-day incidence on Thursday morning is 12.2, according to the RKI.
The highest incidence is currently in Berlin (22), Hesse (16.9) and Saarland (16.6).
Five federal states are below ten: Thuringia (4.7), Brandenburg (3.8), Saxony (3.4), Saxony-Anhalt (2.8) and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (2.7).
Corona in Germany: Seven regions over 35 incidence
In seven regions of the 412 that the RKI shows on its Covid-19 dashboard, the incidence is above the 35 value.
Solingen (54.0), Kaiserslautern (52), Berlin Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (46.1), Birkenfeld (42.0), Frankfurt am Main (37.6), Berlin Mitte (37.3) and Darmstadt (35, 7).
Corona: RKI case numbers from July 22, 2021
Since the beginning of the corona pandemic, 3,750,503 people in Germany have been shown to have been infected with Sars-CoV-2.
91,458 people have died so far in connection with Corona.
The RKI states the number of those who have recovered at 3,642,600.
There are currently around 16,500 active corona cases.
Corona: vaccination speed in Germany is weakening
There is still a lot of room for improvement when it comes to vaccination speed.
According to RKI-Informations (RKI), the number of vaccine doses administered in Germany is falling.
For example, only 572,482 doses were administered on Tuesday.
For comparison: on June 9th there were 1.5 million.
According to the Ministry of Health, 47.3 percent of the population are fully vaccinated.
60.2 percent received a vaccine dose.
The RKI estimates that the vaccination quota for 12 to 59-year-olds should be at least 85 percent.
For those over 60, 90 percent.
The delta variant plays a role in the infection process in Germany.
The vaccine protection against infection is overestimated, says the Bonn virologist Hendrik Streeck.
(ml) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA