Corona News Ticker: Côte d’Azur no longer a high-risk area | NDR.de – news

As of: 09/26/2021 9:28 am

In the live ticker, NDR.de will inform you today – on Sunday, September 26, 2021 – about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic for Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Hamburg. You can see what happened yesterday in the Saturday’s blog read up.

The essentials in brief:

  • Federal government removes Côte d’Azur from risk list
  • New infections reported in the north: 534 in Lower Saxony, 77 in Schleswig-Holstein
  • RKI registered 7,774 new infections nationwide

Tables and graphics: This is how the vaccination campaign is going in the north
Map: New infections in the northern German districts


8:29 am

Poverty Conference: Stricter 2G rules hit poor people harder

The Lower Saxony State Poverty Conference has warned of “potential for social conflict” in view of stricter 2G rules. For people with little money or little education it is “to be expected that this will have a negative effect,” said the managing director of the state poverty conference, Klaus-Dieter Gleitze, of the German press agency. In any case, poor people lack the money to participate in society, and this could get worse now. They are less likely to be tested, and it is estimated that the vaccination rate is significantly lower among them, he warned. Poor people are also not adequately informed about the vaccination, at the same time they often have previous illnesses. The health risk with a corona infection is therefore greater than with normal or high earners. He assumes that the vaccination rate in well-off neighborhoods is almost twice as high as in socially disadvantaged areas, said Gleitze.


07:50 am

Seehofer warns against radicalization of the “lateral thinkers” movement

After the fatal shot in a dispute over the mask requirement in Idar-Oberstein, Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer warns of a radicalization of the “lateral thinkers” movement in Germany. “The group of lateral thinkers is getting smaller and smaller, but unfortunately also more and more radical and brutal,” Seehofer told “Bild am Sonntag”. The politically motivated violence in Germany by lateral thinkers is dangerous for the country. “They can decompose our country if the rule of law does not fight them with all means,” said the CSU politician.

Seehofer demanded that “the perpetrators and those who support crimes such as those in Idar-Oberstein” should be severely punished. A 49-year-old German is accused of having shot a 20-year-old cashier in the gas station in Idar-Oberstein. The young man had previously advised him of the mask requirement. After his arrest, the perpetrator said, according to investigators, that he rejects the corona measures.


07:22 am

Lower Saxony has 534 new corona cases

In Lower Saxony, the number of infections has risen by 534 to 297,999 since the pandemic began. 573 new infections were reported yesterday, 672 a week ago. No new deaths were recorded. The seven-day incidence decreased from 47.5 to 46.8.


07:09 am

RKI registered 7,774 new infections nationwide

In the case of the seven-day incidence in Germany, there was hardly any dynamic compared to the previous day. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) gave the value of new infections per 100,000 inhabitants and week on Sunday morning as 61.4. For comparison: the previous day the value was 60.6, a week ago it was 70.5. The health authorities in Germany reported 7,774 new corona infections to the RKI within one day. A week ago the value was 7,337 infections. According to the new information, 28 deaths were recorded across Germany within 24 hours.


6:53 am

No disadvantages for unvaccinated people on election Sunday

Even if there are now 2G or 3G regulations at many events – for today’s elections in northern Germany there is no exclusion of eligible voters who have not been vaccinated against Corona. Proof of a corona test is also not required. Instead, only the mask requirement and distance regulations are used. In addition to the federal election, there are the state elections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, the runoff elections in Lower Saxony and some Citizens’ decisions in Schleswig-Holstein.

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06:50 am

Côte d’Azur removed from the list of high risk areas

As of today, with the exception of some overseas territories, France is no longer listed as a corona high-risk area by the federal government. Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, a region popular with tourists, was the last French region in Europe to be removed from the risk list. This means that all quarantine rules for travelers from this region no longer apply. The EU country Slovenia, on the other hand, is now classified as a high-risk area. Anyone who has not been fully vaccinated or has recovered and is traveling from there must be in quarantine for ten days from today. An exemption is only possible after five days with a negative test.


6:45 am

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06:40 am

Seven-day incidence in Schleswig-Holstein continues to decline

In Schleswig-Holstein, the seven-day incidence of new corona infections fell slightly again. The current value is 30.4 – after a slightly higher value the day before. 77 new corona cases were registered within one day. The day before, there had been 139 cases. There are currently 68 Covid 19 patients in the hospitals – and thus just as many as the day before.


06:40 am

Service: Determine the incidence value for your place of residence

The seven-day incidence of new corona infections is also on the move in northern Germany. If you want to know what the incidence is in your city or in your county, just type in your zip code here.


06:35 am

NDR.de live ticker starts on Saturday

Good morning! The weekend has started. The editors of NDR.de will keep you up to date today – on Sunday, September 26th – about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic in northern Germany. In the ticker you will find all the important news and also content from the NDR radio and television programs.

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