The overall incidence of COVID-19 cases in seven days is increasing rapidly in Germany with 263.7 new infections per 100,000 population., Updated yesterday morning according to data from the Robert Koch Institute of Virology (RKI).
Health officials have announced 48,640 new infections In 24 hours, after 50,196, and 191 deaths Active cases 395,300.
Not only in this fourth wave, Germany has been recording many new infections and events since Thursday last week since the outbreak began.
Thursday were Wednesday, according to the daily RKI report The total seven-day admission rate for the corona virus was 1,274 hospitals and 4.65 per 100,000 population.
The maximum number of hospital admissions in the days around last Christmas was 15.5.
On Wednesday, there were a number of COVID-19 patients in the intensive care units 2.739 In a day -52 more-, this is similar to a Occupancy 12.3% of available beds In critical units for adults.
The vaccination rate is practically less than 70%; Until Tuesday, 69.9% of the German population was vaccinated, with 67.3% with full terms.
In its weekly report released on Thursday, RKI “Cancel as much as possible or avoid major events, but strongly recommends all other unwanted contacts”.
The rate of acute respiratory illness was 5.5% last week, which translates to 5,500 people per 100,000 population or about 4.6 million people.
He warns that the number of outbreaks of respiratory infections is currently “as high as in the two previous winters before the corona virus outbreak”.
RKI wants it Health risk for those who have not been vaccinated or are partially immunized from “too much” And People with a “moderate, but rising” full form Due to the increasing number of infections.
(With information from EFE)