Germany’s Covid Infection Peak Refreshes 15th Day in a Row | Coronavirus of a new type SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic | Dw

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The seven-day average spread of coronavirus in Germany continues to rise. According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), on Monday morning, November 22, it amounted to 386.5 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants – this is a new maximum, which has been updated for the 15th day in a row. The week before, 303 cases were reported, and a week earlier, 213.7 cases.

The prevalence rate, which indicates the number of new cases of coronavirus infection per 100 thousand inhabitants over the past seven days, surpassed 200 cases for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

Increase in new cases of coronavirus

According to the RKI, there have been 30,643 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection in the last 24 hours, but this data may be incomplete, since fewer tests are carried out on weekends and fewer infections are detected. The daily maximum for the entire pandemic in Germany was reached on November 11 – 50,196 new cases.

62 patients have died from COVID-19 and its consequences in Germany. In total, since the beginning of the pandemic, 99,124 deaths associated with coronavirus have been recorded in the country.

The most important criterion in Germany for the introduction of anti-coronavirus restrictions is the seven-day clinic occupancy rate. According to information from November 19, it was 5.34 per 100 thousand of the population. Data for the weekend is not yet available, as they are not published on Saturday and Sunday. The highest hospital occupancy rate in Germany so far was observed during the Christmas period last year – about 15.5 per hundred thousand inhabitants.

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