“Start of downward momentum” – The current corona numbers explained for you
The third omicron wave has been in full swing for weeks. Laurin Meyer briefly and compactly explains and evaluates the current figures. Everything you need to know on July 27th.
121,780 new corona cases were reported to the RKI for yesterday. That’s one compared to the previous week Down about 14 percent.
Of the 7-day average of new cases decreases about 86,000 cases – and thus to the lowest value since June 29.
For the first time since mid-June, the infection process is again in one downward momentum.
The rates of change of new corona cases in a 7-day average have been in the red for a few days – currently the value is around minus twelve percent.
But also the number of active cases is compared to the previous week dropped – by about 0.5 percent. Both values are now in the red for the first time since June 13th.
Officially, there are currently a little more than 1.8 million people active infected with the corona virus.
That is significantly more than last summer, but only a fraction of the peak value of the spring wave. were in March at times more than 4.5 million simultaneously infected with the virus.
Die dark figure should, however, be high. After all, the economy is currently complaining about a massive shortage of staff due to Corona.
The nationwide 7-day incidence drops significantly compared to the previous day, namely from 679 to 652. That Saarland was the last federal state to fall below the incidence threshold of 1000.
Next to Berlin, Hamburg and Thuringia also lies recently Saxony-Anhalt under the 500 mark.
Only in two of the 16 federal states does the incidence increase compared to the previous day: in Bremen (plus 43) and Berlin (plus 3).
181 new corona deaths were reported to the RKI for yesterday. This is an increase of from the previous week 33 percent.
In the current week the deaths add up 368. This is already more than half of the total value of the previous week reached.
Every day we hear the new Corona case numbers. But what do they mean, where are we in the pandemic and what is the trend? Laurin Meyer briefly and concisely explains and evaluates the current figures – every morning.
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