Corona News: Lower Saxony has the highest impact nationally NDR.de – News

Status: 28/06/2022 11:00 a.m.

In the live ticker, NDR.de will also inform you today – Tuesday 28 June 2022 – about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Hamburg.

The basics in a nutshell:

  • Lower Saxony has the highest impact of seven days nationally
  • BGH deals with travel cancellation in the event of a coronavirus outbreak
  • Confirmed new infections in the north: 4,480 in Hamburg, 6,940 in Schleswig Holstein and 19,875 inches Lower Saxony
  • RKI: 142,329 new cases of coronavirus were recorded nationwide – impact 635.8

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11:00

RKI: Lower Saxony has the highest impact nationally

The Robert Koch Institute has recorded 19,875 new cases of coronavirus in Lower Saxony. Therefore, the impact of the seven days is 921.5 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants – this is the highest value in a nationwide comparison of states today. The previous day, the impact of the seven days was given as 825.7. RKI recorded eight more deaths related to the coronavirus. The total nationwide is now 9,622. The areas with the highest impact are Verdun (1,658), Stand (1,417) and Oldenburg (1,309). Until yesterday, Schleswig-Holstein was the state with the highest seven-day cases in Germany.

Note for current data from countries: Impact values ​​do not provide a complete picture of the infection status. Experts have been speculating for some time that there will be a large number of cases that have not been reported by the RKI – mainly because not all infected PCR tests have been performed by far. Only positive PCR tests are included in official statistics. In addition, late registrations or transmission problems can lead to distortion of individual daily values.


09:35 a.m.

The beer industry is recovering from the effects of the pandemic

Organizers, restaurants and hoteliers have suffered greatly from the effects of the pandemic. Downstream, the beer industry was also affected. Now the situation is recovering. Two examples from northern Germany:

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8:50 a.m.

Lower Saxony: Debate in the state parliament on live broadcast

Members of the Lower Saxony state parliament are meeting today for the last week of plenary before the summer recess – and for the penultimate week of plenary before the state election on 9 October. MEPs discuss, among other things, education and hospital care. Other issues include civil protection, mobility change and state electoral law. In addition, the discount on the tank and the nine euro ticket will be discussed. NDR.den will broadcast the discussions live from 1:30 p.m. via video streaming.


7:11 a.m.

Long Covid: Small offer for those affected in Hamburg

Those affected are chronically exhausted and can no longer concentrate: These are just two symptoms of people suffering from Long Covid. But they often find help only in self-help groups – and not from doctors, criticizes the Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband in Hamburg. No wonder self-help groups for Covid sufferers are mushrooming all over Germany, says Kristin Alheit, CEO of Paritätisches in Hamburg. afterward From a medical point of view, knowledge of a reliable diagnosis is often still lacking, especially for appropriate treatments.


7:06 a.m.

RKI: impact of seven days in Hamburg at 707.2

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reports on Hamburg 4,480 new cases and an impact of 707.2 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in one week. Yesterday the impact was given as 611.9.


06:00 a.m.

BGH deals with travel cancellation in the event of a coronavirus outbreak

A dispute over a tour that was canceled during the pandemic is being heard today by the Federal Court of Justice (BGH). Top political judges are hearing the case of a man who booked a trip to Japan in April 2020 for more than 6,000 euros. On March 1, he withdrew from the trip due to the deterioration of the coronavirus condition and paid 25 percent of the price as a cancellation fee. At the end of March, however, an entry ban was issued for Japan, with the result that the man had not traveled at all. Now he wants the cancellation back from the organizer, a Munich provider. By law, the travel agent can claim “reasonable compensation” if the customer leaves in advance. This is not only true if “unavoidable, extraordinary circumstances” significantly affect the journey. The Munich district court agreed with the plaintiff, but the district court ruled otherwise. The BGH must now reconsider its decision. The key question is whether further restrictions due to the pandemic were already predictable in early March. It is unclear whether BGH will announce its decision today.


5:55 a.m.

RKI: Nationwide impact increases to 635.8

The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) currently has a national impact of seven days at 635.8. Yesterday the price of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants and the week was 591.9 (previous week: 458.5; previous month: 209.4). Health authorities in Germany recently reported 142,329 new coronavirus infections (previous week: 123,097) and 113 deaths (previous week: 182) in RKI in one day.

Note for current data from countries: Impact values ​​do not provide a complete picture of the infection status. Experts have been speculating for some time that there will be a large number of cases that have not been reported by the RKI – mainly because not all infected PCR tests have been performed by far. Only positive PCR tests are included in official statistics. In addition, late registrations or transmission problems can lead to distortion of individual daily values.


5:50 a.m.

Schleswig-Holstein: 6,940 new cases of coronavirus were reported

6,940 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Schleswig-Holstein. There were 6,604 new cases on Tuesday a week ago. The seven-day incidence of new infections per 100,000 population in SH is now 894.9. A week earlier the price was 747.4 – but last Friday it was also 907.4. The regions of Rendsburg-Eckernförde (1311.7), Kiel (1293.6) and Flensburg (1148.6) reported the highest cases in seven days. The Northern Friesland region recorded the lowest impact at 577.9. Three more deaths have been reported since Friday. According to the information, 394 people were hospitalized in relation to the coronavirus in the country’s hospitals – a week ago it was significantly less than 286. There were 26 patients with the coronavirus in the intensive care unit, 10 of whom underwent ventilation.

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