The current corona figures in Germany at a glance – October 10, 2022: Number of deaths at a 16-week low

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‘Number of deaths at lowest point in 16 weeks’

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What’s next for the fall wave? Olaf Gersemann light and evaluates the current figures briefly and compactly. Everything you need to know on October 10.

WThe RKI or the federal states have it, which is common now no corona case numbers published during the weekend.

Germany starts the new week with a 7-day incidence of 598.

That’s 127 points more than a week ago.

Incidence has risen in one week in all states — and with the exception of: Hamburg also increased significantly.


Source: WORLD

471 corona deaths have been reported in the past week.

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This is how the number of deaths reaches a 16 weeks low.

Weekly values ​​were even lower this year in two weeks mid-June.


Source: WORLD

Actually, a slight increase in the number of deaths would have been expected.

Because experience has shown that the development of deaths follows the direction given by the number of cases, with one distance of three weeks.

Currently, however, the 7-day average of new cases has been rising for more than four weeks.


Source: WORLD

Case mortality also decreases accordingly, if only in the decimal area.

The death rate has risen since the start of the pandemic 0.44 percent dropped.

For this year, which has been characterized by the ommicron variant from the start, the value 0.14 percenttrend: slightly declining.


Source: WORLD

Rapidly increasing number of bed occupancy in intensive care units however, having Covid-19 patients does not suggest that the declining trend in deaths will last for long.


Source: WORLD

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? Olaf Gersemann explains and evaluates the current figures succinctly – every morning.

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