Status: 01/15/2022 5:00 p.m. In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the authorities have registered 1,205 new corona infections since Friday. 79 Covid patients are being treated in intensive care units nationwide. The seven-day incidence of new infections is 464.9. The state hospitalization incidence falls slightly to 5.6. The number of registered new corona infections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has increased by 1,205 cases since Friday (as of Saturday 4:25 p.m.). That is 553 more cases than a week ago. The number of deaths rose by one to 1,570. Further information Everything you need to know about the new Corona traffic light, compulsory testing and 2G in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. more According to LAGuS, as of Friday, 2,953,170 doses of vaccine have been administered in the north-east. Accordingly, 1,173,139 people have been vaccinated at least once (vaccination rate 72.8 percent). 1,145,759 people are fully vaccinated (vaccination rate 71.1 percent). 699,900 people received a booster vaccination (vaccination rate 43.5 percent).
Hospitalization incidence is 5.6
The incidence value of corona patients brought to a clinic for treatment within seven days per 100,000 inhabitants is 5.6 (-0.3). The nationwide Corona traffic light is on “yellow”. Easing will come into effect in those regions of the country that are not classified higher than “orange”. The easing affects cultural and leisure facilities, among other things, and they are allowed to reopen. Further information Many cultural and leisure facilities in western Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania are allowed to reopen from today. The eastern part of the country will have to wait. According to figures from LAGuS and the Ministry of Health, 236 (-27) people are currently being treated in a hospital nationwide for Covid-19 disease, of whom 79 (-4) are in an intensive care unit, according to LAGuS. According to the intensive care register (as of Saturday 4:05 p.m.), 48 (-3) patients are being ventilated invasively.
The incidence of hospitalization is highest in the Vorpommern-Rügen district
The district of Vorpommern-Rügen has the highest incidence of hospitalization at 9.3. It is followed by the district of Rostock with 8.3, Vorpommern-Greifswald with 6.8 and the district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte with 5.4. Ludwigslust-Parchim and the city of Rostock report the value 3.8, Northwest Mecklenburg 2.5 and Schwerin 2.1. In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the seven-day incidence of new infections is only a secondary criterion for determining the corona protection measures. It rises to 464.9 (+34.4). The district of Northwest Mecklenburg has the highest incidence of new infections at 713.4, while the district of Rostock has the lowest at 357.5. The LAGuS no longer shows the incidence broken down into vaccinated and unvaccinated people because the data would be “incomplete” due to the data being transmitted too late. In addition, LAGuS made further changes to the management report and the stage map.
255 new infections in Ludwigslust-Parchim
The district of Ludwigslust-Parchim reports the most newly infected people with 255. This is followed by Northwest Mecklenburg (214), the district of Rostock (154), Western Pomerania-Rügen (144), the Hanseatic city of Rostock (123), Western Pomerania-Greifswald (117) and the Mecklenburg Lake District (102). . Schwerin reports the lowest number (96).
168 Infection occurrence in schools
During the week, LAGuS also publishes figures on the situation in schools and daycare centers as well as in old people’s homes. According to this, there were 168 active cases of infection (+19) in the schools in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania as of Friday. 387 students (+63) and 14 teachers or employees (+1) are affected. The LAGuS reported active infections in 73 facilities (+8) in day-care centers and after-school care centers. 134 children (+22) and 42 employees (-1) are affected. The LAGuS reported 16 active cases of infection from the elderly care facilities (-3). 133 residents (+11) and 64 employees (-7) are affected. Almost 40 percent of all North Germans were boosted by the end of 2021. The number of weekly first vaccinations more than doubled in mid-November, but has stagnated at a comparatively low level since then. The NDR shows weekly how the pace of first, second and booster vaccinations in the northern German states is developing. Corona in MV The police have received a total of 145 reports in connection with fake vaccination cards. more The license agreement with the operator of the contact tracing app expires on March 12th. more If too many educators are absent, only children whose parents work in the critical infrastructure should be cared for. more Further information The country’s corona traffic light, which is decisive for the tightening of the applicable corona protection measures, is being adjusted. more Among other things, tests are necessary again for the hairdresser and the fitness studio. Schwerin is also on the “yellow” level. more At the end of 2019, a previously unknown lung disease broke out in China. A few weeks later there is the first case in the north. more Corona: What you should know Service Ministries, authorities and associations in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have set up citizen telephones and hotlines for questions about the corona virus. Here is an overview. more This topic in the program:
NDR 1 Radio MV | The News | 01/15/2022 | 17:00 o’clock
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