Corona in Nuremberg: Incidence value exceeds the 200 mark – Nuremberg

Seven-day value, vaccination status and case numbers for the city –
04/12/2021 8:12 am


According to RKI data, there were 1,070 detected new infections in Nuremberg in the past seven days. Since the epidemic began, 28,528 (+166) people have been proven to have been infected with the Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus. 860 died of or with the virus (source: RKI, as of April 12, 2021).

Stricter regulations such as a night curfew have been in effect since March 16.


Stricter measures: What is currently valid in Nuremberg




40 (-3) Covid-19 patients are in the intensive care units in Nuremberg hospitals, 99 (+/- 0) infected people are in normal wards (source: City of Nuremberg. As of April 12, 2021).

That is the status of vaccinations

So far 103,460 (+5,974) vaccinations have been given in Nuremberg, 30,956 (+1,255) people have already received the first and second vaccination (source: City of Nuremberg. Status: April 12, 2021).

We update the numbers every day from Monday to Friday. The change to the previous day or to the last message is shown in brackets.

The following map shows you the incidence values ​​in Bavaria according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). You can find Germany-wide and worldwide statistics by simply clicking through the following graphics at the bottom left or right. Can’t see the map? Please click here.

This applies to students from Nuremberg

The Nuremberg schools also teach alternating and distance lessons after the Easter break. From Monday, April 12, 2021, in addition to the previous pupils in the final classes, the pupils in the 4th and 11th grades will now also be in alternating classes. All others receive distance learning because of the high incidence value. The daycare centers remain in emergency mode.

In classroom classes, only pupils who have had a negative PCR or POC antigen test that is not more than 48 hours old or who have carried out a corresponding self-test with negative results in school under supervision are allowed to take part in face-to-face classes.

These additional rules apply in Nuremberg

Since Monday, April 12th, some new rules have been in effect in Bavaria: There is a general test requirement in schools – regardless of the seven-day incidence. Trade has also been reorganized: DIY stores, flower shops and bookstores are only allowed to open depending on the incidence. Read here for which values ​​which regulations apply. The planned opening steps in the areas of outdoor catering, culture and sport have been suspended.

The measures can be found in the Twelfth Bavarian Infection Protection Ordinance with corona rules in the form of a step-by-step plan. It is not the daily incidence value that is relevant, but its development.

Only when a limit value is exceeded or undercut for three days in a row does the responsible authority in the city or district announce when the new rules will apply – at the earliest one day after the announcement.

Step-by-step easing: This is the step-by-step plan for Bavaria

An overview of the gradual easing of the corona rules decided by the Bavarian cabinet in March. The planned opening times for outdoor dining, culture and sport are currently suspended until at least April 26th.


In addition, since January 18, there has been an obligation in Bavaria to wear an FFP2 mask in public transport and when shopping. The public places where the obligation to wear a mask prevails are specific to Nuremberg. This zone was downsized on March 9th. There is no mask requirement in the pedestrian zones Breite Gasse and Karolinenstraße as well as on the main market. It is also only valid Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (instead of 6:30 a.m. as before). A list of all streets and squares can be found here.

All articles on the corona situation in Nuremberg can be found here.

What does the incidence value mean?

The incidence value describes the rate of new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last seven days. The information provided by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) responsible for the nationwide figures, the Bavarian LGL and the local health authorities sometimes differ from one another. One reason for this are the different periods and times in which the data is recorded, processed and reported. More information can be found here.

These fines threaten if the corona requirements are violated

The Bavarian Ministry of Health has issued a catalog of fines for violations of the regulations to contain the coronavirus. It can be expensive for those who do not comply. An overview.


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