The number of new cases of corona recorded in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has increased by 8,409 since Tuesday (as of Wednesday 5:30 pm). That’s 118 more cases than last week. The number of deaths is 1882 (+12).
According to LAGuS, as of Thursday, 3,229,367 doses of the vaccine have been administered in the Northeast. Accordingly, 1,196,400 people were vaccinated at least once and therefore partially immunized (vaccination rate 74.3%). 1,195,119 people were vaccinated primarily, that is, vaccinated twice (vaccination rate 74.2 percent). 903,767 people received a booster vaccination (56.1 percent vaccination rate).
The hospitalization rate is 12.2
The infection value of corona patients brought to the clinic for treatment within seven days per 100,000 residents is 12.2 (+0.7). The Corona traffic light spread across the country is still lit in “red”. According to figures from LAGuS and the Ministry of Health, 782 (+60) people are currently being treated in a nationwide hospital for COVID-19. According to LAGuS, 100 (+13) of them are in the intensive care unit. According to the Intensive Care Registry (as of Wednesday 5:05 PM), 41 (+0) patients are being ventilated by an invasive method.
Highest hospitalization rate in West Pomerania – Greifswald
The region of Vorpommern-Greifswald had the highest hospitalization rate with 19.9. It is followed by the Lake District of Mecklenburg with 14.3, Western Pomerania-Rügen with 13.8, Schwerin with 12.6, Rostock District with 9.7, Ludwigslust-Parchim with 9.0, Northwest Mecklenburg with 8.9, and Hanseatic City of Rostock with 7.7.
The new infection in the Rostock region at 3080.1
The seven-day incidence of new infections in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is only a secondary criterion for determining corona protection measures. According to LAGuS, the threshold values here were raised by a factor of seven: according to the calculations, the risk that treatment in the intensive care unit would be necessary is about seven times in the case of the currently prevalent infection. A variable from a delta variable.
The new seven-day infection rate rises to 2387.0 (+89.0) in the country. The Rostock region has the highest rate of new infections with 3,080.1, and the lowest in the Mecklenburg Lake region with 1,183.8. Since December 2021, LAGuS no longer reports a split between vaccinated and unvaccinated people because data transmitted too late may lead to “incomplete representations”.
1,656 new infections in the Rostock region
The Rostock region has reported the most newly infected people with 1,656 cases. This is followed by West Pomeranian Rügen (1450), northwest Mecklenburg (1168), Ludwigslust-Parsheim (1141), West Pomeranian Greifswald (1085), Hanseatic city of Rostock (688), Mecklenburg Lake District (645) and Schwerin (576).
The seven-day incidence rate in children aged 6 to 11 years rises to 5,375 in MV
LAGuS has not released any separate numbers for schools and daycares since January. Instead, there is a case report broken down by age group. Accordingly, there are (as of Thursday 11:15 a.m.) 481 new infections among 0-5-year-olds nationwide, and the rate of new infections in this seven-day cohort is 2,603. In the 6- to 11-year-old cohort , there are 937 new infections, and the infection is 5,375. According to LAGuS, 900 young adults between the ages of 12 and 17 were also infected in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The seven-day incidence rate in this cohort is 4,912. The regional leader is a 6- to 11-year-old cohort in Rostock County with an incidence of 7,032.
LAGuS reported 71 active (+0) cases from aged care facilities. 1,274 residents (+26) and 633 employees (+2) were affected.
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