Corona incidence in Lower Saxony falls slightly to 89.3 | – News

Status: 02/13/2023 06:33 a.m

Since the beginning of February, people in Lower Saxony no longer have to take a PCR test after a positive corona self-test. The seven-day incidence has since fallen. You can find more Corona data here.

According to the RKI, the incidence value is on Monday 89,3. So it has fallen slightly, on Sunday it was close 91,4. The seven-day incidence describes the number of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within one week. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) will only publish current values ​​for new infections and deaths on Tuesday. The RKI reported on Saturday 1,306 new infections and eleven more deaths. The number of deaths related to Corona rose to 13,351 in Lower Saxony.

The numbers on the corona situation in Lower Saxony (as of February 11, 2023)

* Change compared to the previous day ** people infected with SARS-Cov2 *** estimated value (source: RKI Dashboard)

Corona incidence values ​​​​of the counties and urban districts

Die seven-day incidence indicates the number of newly infected people per 100,000 inhabitants in the past seven days. The numbers of new infections shown in the following table are based on data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and were transmitted to the RKI the day before the specified date.

Intensive care units: what is the proportion of Covid 19 cases?

The following graphic shows in percentages how many intensive care beds in the Lower Saxony clinics with Covid 19 cases have been and are currently occupied in the past few days.

Utilization of the intensive care units throughout northern Germany

The following map shows the occupancy of the intensive care units throughout the north. The darker it is colored, the higher the proportion of Covid-19 patients. The map also shows that some intensive care units are already busy even without corona cases.

Number of new corona admissions in the Lower Saxony clinics

The following table shows how many people have to be treated in a clinic for a corona infection. The graphic shows the number of patients per 100,000 inhabitants.

Risk of corona infection by age group

The following graphic shows which age groups in northern Germany are most affected by corona infections. This has changed several times since the pandemic began.

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