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Corona incidence in Schleswig-Holstein climbs to 882.8

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The seven-day incidence of new corona infections in Schleswig-Holstein has risen to 882.8. This emerges from the information from the state registration office and the University of Kiel on Thursday evening. On Wednesday, the number of registered new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days was 799.0, on Thursday a week ago it was 713.8.

The seven-day incidence of corona– New infections in Schleswig-Holstein rose to 882.8. This emerges from the information from the state registration office and the University of Kiel on Thursday evening. On Wednesday, the number of registered new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days was 799.0, on Thursday a week ago it was 713.8.

In a nationwide comparison remains Schleswig Holstein According to figures from the Robert Koch Institute, the country with the highest incidence of corona. On Thursday morning, the average incidence in Germany was 532.9.

However, the incidence does not provide a complete picture of the infection situation. Experts have not predicted a high number for some time RKI recorded cases – mainly because by far not all infected people have a PCR test done. Only positive PCR tests count in the statistics. In addition, late registrations or transmission problems can lead to a distortion of individual daily values.

6163 new corona cases were reported for Schleswig-Holstein on Thursday, compared to 5057 the day before. According to the information, 339 people were treated in the hospitals in connection with the corona virus, 10 more than on Monday. There were 22 corona patients (+2) in the intensive care unit, 9 of whom were still being ventilated.

The total number of those who have died related to corona infection since the start of the pandemic in the country was 2592. That means three more deaths have been reported since Wednesday.

The district of Rendsburg-Eckernförde (1111.5) as well as Kiel (1088.4) and Flensburg (1075.2) reported the highest seven-day incidences. The district of Segeberg recorded the lowest incidence with a value of 691.7.

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