February 21: Germany reports 7,676 new Covid-19 cases, 145 deaths per day

According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), over the past day in Germany, the number of newly infected people increased by 7,676, which is less compared to the previous day (9 164)… In addition, 145 deaths were recorded. Currently 3,079 the patient is in intensive care. To date, more than 4 million people across Germany have been vaccinated against Covid-19.

As of Sunday, 21 february, since the beginning of the collection of official statistical information on coronavirus, 2,386,559 cases of infection have been recorded in the country. The total number of deaths from Covid-19 to date is 67,841. Not all authorities release their data on weekends, so actual numbers may be higher.

The seven-day incidence for Germany is 60.2 This figure shows how many people per 100,000 inhabitants have been infected in the last seven days. The recommended incidence value is 50, when the infectious situation is considered controlled and all infected can be monitored.

It is estimated that there are approximately 128,100 active cases, that is, currently infected people. This figure is not officially recorded by the Robert Koch Institute. However, as in other countries, it is determined by subtracting the number of deaths (67,841) and the estimated recovered (2,190,600) from all those ever infected (2,386,559).

Data obtained from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). The Institute receives information from the German health authorities who 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, sometimes there are delays in displaying data for individual federal states.

A more detailed overview of the situation in individual federal states can be found here:

Baden-Württemberg: 7-day incidence: 44.3 New infected: 854. Deaths the day before: 13. More information here.

Bavaria: 7-day incidence: 58.0. New infected: 1,116. Deaths the day before: 13. More information here.

Berlin: 7-day incidence: 56.3 New infected: 252. Deaths the day before: 7. More information here.

Brandenburg: 7-day incidence: 64.1. New infected: 245. Deaths the day before: 5. More information here.

Bremen: 7-day incidence: 76.9 New infected: 85. Deaths the day before: 5. More information can be found here.

Hamburg: 7-day incidence: 66.8 New infected: 278. Deaths the day before: 7. More information here.

Hesse: 7-day incidence: 60.0. New infected: 555. Deaths the day before: 22. More information here.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: 7-day incidence: 66.6 New infected: 140. Deaths the day before: 4. More information here.

Lower Saxony: 7-day incidence: 62.7 New infected: 669. Deaths the day before: 12. More information here.

North Rhine-Westphalia: 7-day incidence: 61.0 New infections: 1,880. Deaths the previous day: 26. More information is available here.

Rhineland-Palatinate: 7-day incidence: 48.4. Newly infected: 228. Deaths the day before: -. More information here.

Saar: 7-day incidence: 47.1. Newly infected: -. Deaths on the eve: -. More information here.

Saxony: 7-day incidence: 69.9 New infected: 511. Deaths the day before: 14. More information here.

Saxony-Anhalt: 7-day incidence: 87.5 New infected: 312. Deaths the day before: 7. More information here.

Schleswig-Holstein: 7-day incidence: 51.0. Newly infected: 207. Deaths the day before: -. More information here.

Thuringia: 7-day incidence: 123.2 New infected: 344. 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 the best way to protect themselves: you can find out here.

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