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Lagus reports 148 new infections: two regions are missing

2021-10-15T15:21:32.262Z

The trend in new corona infections is pointing upwards in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. On Friday, the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus) reported 148 new confirmed cases. The information is missing for the state capital Schwerin and the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim, whose computer systems were paralyzed after a hacker attack on Friday.



The trend in new corona infections is pointing upwards in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

On Friday, the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus) reported 148 new confirmed cases.

The information is missing for the state capital Schwerin and the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim, whose computer systems were paralyzed after a hacker attack on Friday.

Rostock - In both regions, the number zero is in the table column with the daily new infections.

A week ago, 118 confirmed new infections were reported to the Lagus by the health authorities in MV.

The seven-day incidence is now 57.5 after 47.2 on Friday a week ago.

Only two regions are still green on the state's risk map: the state capital Schwerin and the Mecklenburg Lake District.

In all other counties and urban districts, the warning light shows yellow because there the seven-day incidence of new infections is over 50.

In the Hanseatic city of Rostock, which was marked as a yellow zone on Friday for the third day in a row, the 3G rule will apply from Sunday.

As of Monday, masks must be worn again in schools and after-school facilities.

According to the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus), however, the number of hospital admissions and the utilization of intensive care units with Covid patients are still low everywhere.

In the country's clinics there were 56 Covid patients on Friday, nine more than the day before.

Of them, 18 are being treated in the intensive care unit, one more than on Thursday.

One person died in connection with a corona infection, bringing the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to 1,212.

According to the information, a total of 50 816 people in the country have been shown to have been infected with the virus.

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The spread of the corona virus appears to be slowing in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

On Thursday, the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus) in Rostock reported 79 new corona infections nationwide.

That was 15 less than the day before and 35 less than the Thursday of the previous week.

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Corona incidence in MV again fell slightly to 32.3

In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the spread of the corona virus has continued to weaken slightly.

After 77 confirmed new infections, the seven-day incidence fell to 32.3 on Friday, according to the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus) in Rostock.

The day before, the value was 33.6 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days.

Corona incidence in MV again fell slightly to 32.3

Corona incidence in MV decreased slightly

In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the number of corona infections has decreased slightly.

After 19 confirmed new infections, the seven-day incidence also fell to 30.1 on Monday, according to the State Office for Health and Social Affairs (Lagus) in Rostock.

The day before, the value was 31.5 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days.

22 new infections were reported on Sunday, 31 on Monday a week ago.

Corona incidence in MV decreased slightly

In terms of hospitalization incidence, all regions of the country are still in the green.

It indicates the number of people per 100,000 inhabitants who were admitted to hospital with Covid-19 in the past seven days.

Nationwide, this value was 1.7.

An upgrade on the traffic light card is made from a value of 8.0.

According to the RKI vaccination dashboard, 66.4 percent of the residents of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have been vaccinated at least once, and 64.0 percent have full vaccination protection.

The Robert Koch Institute assumes that the overall vaccination rate is somewhat higher than the statistics show.

dpa

Source: merkur

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