In Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the authorities have since Monday 4.223 new Corona infections registered. 67 Covid patients treated in intensive care units nationwide. The seven-day incidence of new infections rises to 1.123,7. State hospitalization incidence is 7.2.
The number of registered new Corona infections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has increased by 4 since Monday.223 cases increased (as of Tuesday 16:37). That is 142 cases more than a week ago. Experts had expected a massive increase in the number of cases due to the spread of the highly infectious Omikron variant of the virus. The number of deaths rises by six and is 1.649.
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According to the LAGuS data, as of Tuesday, 3 have been found in the Northeast so far.109.738 vaccine doses administered. Accordingly, 1.185.632 people have been vaccinated at least once and are therefore partially immunized (vaccination rate 73.6 percent). Basic immunization, i.e., double vaccination, is 1.168.390 people (vaccination rate 72.5 percent). 821.479 people have received a booster vaccination (vaccination rate 51 percent).
Hospitalization incidence is 7.2
The incidence value of corona patients who died within seven days per 100.000 inhabitants brought to a clinic for treatment is 7.2 (+0.8). The statewide Corona traffic light is set to "orange. According to figures from LAGuS and the Ministry of Health, 280 (+/-0) people are currently hospitalized for covid 19 disease nationwide. Of these, 67 (-4) are in intensive care, according to LAGuS. According to the intensive care register (as of Tuesday 13:37), 38 (-5) patients are receiving invasive ventilation.
Highest incidence of hospitalization in Vorpommern-Greifswald
The county of Vorpommern-Greifswald has the highest incidence of hospitalization at 12.3. It is followed by Vorpommern-Rugen with 10.2, the district of Rostock and the Mecklenburg Lake District with 7.4 each, Ludwigslust-Parchim me 5.2, Schwerin with 4.2, and the city of Rostock and Northwest Mecklenburg with 3.8 each.
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Incidence of new infections in Schwerin at 1.637,9
Seven-day incidence of new infections is now only a secondary criterion in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for determining corona protection measures. It rises to 1.123,7 (+4,6). Schwerin has the highest incidence of new infections with 1.637.9, the lowest in Mecklenburgische Seenplatte County with 860.7. The LAGuS no longer shows the incidence separately for vaccinated and unvaccinated persons because of "incomplete representations" due to late transmission of data would come. In addition, the LAGuS made further changes to the situation report and the stage map.
838 new infections in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district
The Ludwigslust-Parchim district reports the most newly infected persons with 838. This is followed by Vorpommern-Rugen (722), the Rostock district (642), Nordwestmecklenburg (618), Schwerin (434), Vorpommern-Greifswald (359), Mecklenburgische Seenplatte (326) and the city of Rostock (284).
Seven-day incidence of new infections among 6- to 11-year-olds in Schwerin at 5.853
Since 21. January, the LAGuS no longer publishes separate school and daycare figures. Instead, there is a situation report, which is divided according to age groups. According to the report, as of Tuesday, there are 124 new infections among 0- to 5-year-olds nationwide, and the seven-day incidence of new infections in this group is 1.511. In the group of 6- to 11-year-olds, there are 332 new infections, the incidence is 4.076. 229 adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 have also been infected in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, according to the LAGuS; the seven-day incidence in this group is 2.923. The regional leader is the group of 6- to 11-year-olds in the district of Nordwestmecklenburg with an incidence of 5.856.
From the elderly care facilities, the LAGuS reports 19 active infection events (+-0). Affected are 152 residents (-50) and 92 employees (-9).
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