Corona in MV: 1,574 new infections – three more deaths | – News

Status: 06/08/2022 16:20

In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, authorities have registered new coronavirus infections since Tuesday 1574. Eight patients with Covid-19 are treated in intensive care units across the country. The hospitalization rate is 1.1.

The number of registered new corona infections in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has increased by 1,574 cases since Tuesday (as of Wednesday at 15:46). That’s 973 cases more than a week ago. The number of deaths was 2,243 (+3).

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As of Tuesday (June 7), 3,399,348 doses of vaccines have been administered to the Northeast, according to LAGuS. Consequently, 1,212,525 people have been vaccinated at least once and are therefore partially vaccinated (vaccination rate of 75.3 percent). 1,197,076 people (vaccination rate 74.3 percent) are primary vaccinated, ie twice vaccinated or cured and vaccinated. 933,548 people have already received a booster (vaccination rate 58.0 percent), 97,215 people have already received a second booster vaccination (vaccination rate 6.0 percent). Vaccination data is provided weekly by LAGuS.

The hospitalization rate is 1.1

The incidence of crown patients brought to the clinic for treatment over seven days per 100,000 inhabitants is 1.1 (* 0.2). According to data from LAGuS and the Ministry of Health, eight people (-2) with Covid-19 are currently in the intensive care unit. According to the intensive care register (as of Tuesday, 4:05 pm), 4 (-2) patients are invasively ventilated.

The highest frequency of hospitalizations in Schwerin

As of Wednesday, Schwerin had the highest rate of hospitalization – 3.1. They are followed by northwestern Mecklenburg from 1.9, Mecklenburg Lake District from 1.6, Ludwigslust-Parchim from 1.4, West Pomerania-Greifswald from 0.8, the city of Rostock from 0.5, West Pomerania-Rügen from 0 , 4 and Rostock County with 0.0.

The incidence of new infections nationwide is 210.4

The seven-day incidence of new infections nationwide on Wednesday was 210.4 (+59.9). Schwerin has the highest value with 316.9, the lowest in the Vorpommern-Greifswald region with 152.3. Ludwigslust-Parchim reports the most newly infected people with 278 new cases. Northwest Mecklenburg (255), Rostock City (235), Schwerin City (218), Rostock County (192), Mecklenburg Lake District (170), West Pomerania-Rügen (153) and West Pomerania-Greifswald (73) proceed.

New infections are falling in young people and children

LAGuS publishes a report on the condition of the crown among children and adolescents broken down by age groups. According to a report from Wednesday (June 8), there were 20 new infections in children aged 0-5 years across the country, and the seven-day incidence of new infections in this group was 60. In the 6-11-year-old group there were 16 new infections, the incidence was 67. In addition, according to LAGuS, 46 young people aged 12 to 17 years old in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern were infected. The seven-day incidence in this group was 158. The leader of the region was the group of 12-17-year-olds in Schwerin with an incidence of 309.

On Tuesday (June 7), LAGuS reported the active presence of infection (-1) in geriatric care facilities. 2 residents (-6) and 0 workers (-8) were affected. The numbers are reported weekly by LAGuS.

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