Corona in MV: 1193 new infections – no deaths | NDR.de – News

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In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, authorities have registered 1,193 new corona infections since Friday. Fifteen Covid-19 patients are treated in intensive care units across the country. The hospitalization rate is 1.8.

The number of registered new corona infections in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has increased by 1,193 cases since Friday (as of Monday at 15:21). That’s 325 more than last Tuesday. No data was released on Monday due to the Pentecost holiday. The number of deaths was 2,247 (+ -0).

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As of Monday (June 13), 3,402,874 doses of vaccines have been administered in the Northeast, according to LAGuS. As a result, 1,212,645 people have been vaccinated at least once and are therefore partially vaccinated (vaccination rate 75.3%). 1 197 299 people (vaccination rate 74.3 percent) are primary vaccinated, ie twice vaccinated or cured and vaccinated. 934,432 people have already had a booster (vaccination rate of 58.0 percent), 99,514 people have already received a second booster (vaccination rate of 6.2 percent). Vaccination data is reported weekly by LAGuS.

The hospitalization rate is 1.8

The incidence of crown patients brought to the clinic for treatment within seven days per 100,000 inhabitants is 1.8 (+0.3). According to data from LAGuS and the Ministry of Health, there are currently 15 people (+4) with Covid-19 in the intensive care unit. According to the intensive care register (as of Monday, 15:05), 4 (+ -0) patients are invasively ventilated.

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Fifteen Covid-19 patients are treated in intensive care units across the country. The hospitalization rate is 1.8. 1 minute

Highest hospitalization frequency in the Mecklenburg district of Seenplatte

On Friday, in the Mecklenburg Lake District, the highest frequency of hospitalization was recorded – 2.7. They are followed by northwestern Mecklenburg with 2.5, Ludwigslust-Parchim with 2.4, Zachodniopomorskie-Rügen with 2.2, Zachodniopomorskie-Rügen and Schwerin with 2.1, Rostock with 0.5 and the Rostock district with 0, 0.

Incidence of new infections nationwide at 325.1

The seven-day incidence of new infections nationwide on Monday was 325.1 (+65.3). The highest value in the Northwest Mecklenburg region is 433.0, and the lowest in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district – 265.8. The Mecklenburg Lake District reports the most newly infected people with 217 new cases. The next places are West Pomerania-Greifswald (191), the Hanseatic city of Rostock (176), West Pomerania-Rügen (158), North-West Mecklenburg (141), Rostock poviat (117), Ludwigslust-Parchim (115) and Schwerin (78 ).

Lots of new infections among young people in Schwerin

LAGuS publishes a report on the condition of the crown among children and adolescents broken down by age groups. According to a report from Monday (June 13), there were 17 new infections in children aged 0-5 across the country, and the seven-day incidence of new infections in this group was 88. There were 26 new infections in the 6-11 age group. , the incidence was 134. In addition, 65 young people aged 12-17 years old were infected in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, according to the LAGuS. The seven-day incidence in this group was 308. The leader of the region was the group of 12-17-year-olds in Schwerin with an incidence of 639.

On Monday (June 13), LAGuS reported three active cases of infection (+2) from geriatric care facilities. 12 residents (+10) and 8 employees (+8) were affected. The numbers are reported weekly by LAGuS.

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