April 9: Germany has 25,464 new cases of Covid-19 infection, another 296 deaths per day

On April 9, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reports 25,464 new infections, significantly more than the previous day (20.407). There were 296 corona deaths per day. The nationwide 7-day incidence increased to 110.4 (105.7). Currently, 4474 patients are undergoing intensive care. More than 13.8 million people in Germany have been vaccinated against Covid-19.

Since the start of the pandemic, 2,956,313 cases of the virus have been identified in Germany. This means that the number of cases increased by 25,464 cases compared to the previous day. In total, 78,003 people have died as a result of the Covid-19 disease since the start of the pandemic.

The seven-day incidence for Germany is 110.4. This figure shows how many people per 100,000 inhabitants of the country have been infected in the past seven days. The recommended incidence rate is 50. However, these numbers are not scientifically calculated optimal indicators, but rather benchmarks. They are essential for the effective operation of local health authorities. Up to 50 cases, the epidemiological situation is under control; the chain of infection of the infected can be traced.

The number of active cases, that is, people who are currently infected, is estimated at about 230,800. This number is obtained by subtracting the number of deaths (78.003) and the number of those who recovered (2.647.600) from all those ever infected (2.956.313).

The data is based on a statement by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), which receives information from the German regional health authorities. They provide updated information several times a day. As the reporting speed varies by region, there may be deviations and fixes as a result of late reporting. In addition, there are sometimes delays in displaying data for individual federal states.

A more detailed overview of the situation in the individual federal states:

Baden-Württemberd: 7-day incidence: 109.3. New infected: 3658. Deaths the day before: 37. More information here.

Bavaria: 7-day incidence: 129.0 New infected: 4553. Deaths prior to: 35 More information here.

Berlin: 7-day incidence: 89.2. New infected: 923. Deaths the day before: 12. More information here.

Brandenburg: 7-day incidence: 103.7. New infected: 910. Deaths the day before: 7. More information here.

Bremen: 7-day incidence: 122.3 New infected: 321. Deaths the day before: 3. More information can be found here.

Hamburg: 7-day incidence: 109.4 New infected: 506. Deaths the day before: 2. More information here.

Hesse: 7-day incidence: 111.8 New infected: 1973. Deaths the day before: 13. More information here.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 7-day incidence: 94.3 New infected: 425. Deaths the day before: 10. More information here.

Lower Saxony: 7-day incidence: 81.8 New infected: 2165. Deaths the day before: 34. More information here.

North Rhine-Westphalia: 7-day incidence: 108.6. New infections: 4729. Deaths the day before: 58. More information is available here.

Rhineland-Palatinate: 7-day incidence: 90.9. New infected: 966. Deaths the day before: 15. More information here.

Saar: 7-day incidence: 91.0. New infected: 272. Deaths the day before: 1. More information here.

Saxony: 7-day incidence: 150.9. New infected: 1887. Deaths the day before: 34. More information here.

Saxony-Anhalt: 7-day incidence: 129.4 New infected: 714. Deaths the day before: 18. More information here.

Schleswig-Holstein: 7-day incidence: 64.5. New infected: 394. Deaths the day before: 7. More information here.

Thuringia: 7-day incidence: 186.8 New infected: 1068. Deaths the day before: 10. More information here.

All important hotlines for health insurance companies, the Robert Koch Institute, as well as lists of medical institutions in all federal states and how best to protect against Covid-19 You can find out here.

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