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Status: 04/05/2022 07:26 AM

In the live tape will also inform you today – Wednesday 4 May 2022 – about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Hamburg. You can read yesterday’s reports at Blog from Tuesday Read.

The basics in a nutshell:

  • Schleswig-HolsteinAs of today, only five days of isolation for the infected
  • Confirmed new infections in the north: 5,664 in Schleswig-Holstein1,075 in Hamburg, 15,513 in Lower Saxony; 106.631 Nationwide

Tables and graphs: This is how the vaccination campaign works in the North
Map: New infections in northern German provinces

7:26 am

Significant decrease in the number of participants in the Corona protests in Lower Saxony

Lower Saxony police recorded much fewer demonstrations against coronavirus protection measures in April than in previous months. About 13,000 participants were counted in 242 meetings, the Ministry of the Interior in Hanover announced. That was 54 people per demonstration. A month ago, there were about 30,600 participants in more than 500 meetings. In February, more than 52,000 participants were counted, in January even nearly 90,000. For the month of April, the Ministry of the Interior estimates costs at just over half a million euros based on about 7,200 man-hours. In March, these numbers were even higher, with about 30 thousand man-hours and more than 2.1 million euros in personnel costs.

06:51 AM

The infection rate in Lower Saxony drops to 833.6

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported 15,513 new infections in Lower Saxony today. The seven-day infection rate, that is, the number of new infections per 100,000 people in one week, is 833.6 and thus has decreased – yesterday the infection value was 892.9. The RKI index recorded 53 more deaths related to corona. The number of deaths since the beginning of the epidemic has reached 8,842 nationwide.

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06:49 AM

RKI records 1,075 new infections in Hamburg

According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), 1,075 new infections were recorded in Hamburg. Five other people died of infection in the Hanseatic city. Seven-day injury value for new infections per 100,000 residents Today RKI mentions 545.1. According to Hamburg’s social authority, the seven-day infection rate in the Hanseatic city was 885.7 yesterday.

Since the Hamburg social power He stopped posting Corona data on a daily basis since the beginning of MayNDR will publish the current figures for RKI in the Corona Index in the future. From now on, the Hanseatic City Health Authority will publish an update on the occurrence of seven days and hospital occupancy once a week – on Tuesdays. These statements and values ​​may differ from those of RKI.

06:32 AM

The nationwide coronavirus infection rate has fallen below 600 for the first time since January

The nationwide seven-day infection rate for the novel coronavirus has fallen below 600 for the first time since January. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) gives the value for today 591.8 (previous day: 632.2 / previous week: 887.6). The RKI further reported, citing data from health authorities, that the number of new infections reported within 24 hours was 106,631. However, experts have been assuming for some time that there will be a large number of cases not recorded by the RKI – due to overwork by health authorities and because not all infected people have a PCR test. In addition, late registration or transmission problems can distort individual daily values. RKI also announced that 241 new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in the past 24 hours. The total number of corona deaths recorded in Germany reached 135,942.

06:28 AM

DKG: The number of Covid patients in clinics is declining

According to the German Hospital Association, the number of Covid patients in German clinics has fallen to its lowest level since the beginning of the fourth wave of Corona with a delta variable. CEO Jas told the German editorial network that there are currently 1,300 Covid patients in intensive care units nationwide – fewer than in September last year. Gass stressed that with the number of infections declining, the situation with staff shortages is declining somewhat. According to him, clinics can now gradually catch up with previously postponed treatments.

5:45 am

Schleswig-Holstein: Short isolation, no further quarantine of contacts

In Schleswig-Holstein, people with coronavirus only have to stay in quarantine for five days from today. The state directs its decree to the new Robert Koch Institute (RKI) recommendations. So free testing after the deadline is no longer necessary, but highly recommended. In addition, the patient must be symptom-free for at least 48 hours before the end of isolation.

It is highly recommended for contact persons, eg from home and school, to reduce contacts independently and check them daily with a rapid antigen test. However, there is no longer a commitment to quarantine. Various rules apply to health care workers, nursing homes, nursing homes, and assisted integration facilities.

The state of Mecklenburg-Vorpomerania will implement the RKI’s recommendation from Friday, and Lower Saxony also wants to adjust its rules this week.

5:40 am

Schleswig-Holstein: Infection rate continues to decline

The downward trend in corona continues in Schleswig-Holstein. According to the Government Registration Office, the value is currently 852.5 new infections per 100,000 residents in a week (previous day: 884.9 / previous week: 1,247.4). In a comparison of countries, Schleswig-Holstein recorded the second highest value after Lower Saxony. The number of new infections reached 5,664, which is a decrease of 224 compared to the previous day. There were 422 COVID patients in hospitals. 34 of them were treated in the intensive care unit and 14 were ventilated.

5:30 AM

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5:30 AM

Corona live broadcast begins on Wednesday

good morning! Through our live tape, we would like to inform you today – Wednesday 4 May 2022 – of the effects of the Corona pandemic in northern Germany. Here you will find all the important news as well as content from NDR radio and TV shows. You can read about yesterday’s events in Tuesday’s blog.

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