Corona News Ticker: Vaccination without an appointment in Hanover and Lohne | – news

Status: 07/11/2021 9:30 a.m.

In the live ticker, will inform you today – on Sunday, July 11, 2021 – about the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic for Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Hamburg. Yesterday’s news and events for reading on the Saturday blog.

The essentials in brief:

  • Vaccination campaigns without an appointment in Hanover and Lohne
  • Confirmed new corona infections in the north: 64 in Lower Saxony, 21 in Schleswig-Holstein
  • RKI: Nationwide 745 new infections – incidence at 6.2


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

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Schröder-Köpf: Focus more on migrants in the vaccination campaign

In the opinion of the Lower Saxony state commissioner for migration and participation, vaccination in the corona pandemic has developed into a social question. This can be seen, among other things, in the group of migrant workers from countries such as Poland and Bulgaria, said Doris Schröder-Köpf (SPD). “Many of these people who are new to Germany work in jobs on people, for example in nursing or sales. They belong to a group in which the vaccination rate is significantly worse than that of higher earners or academics,” said Schröder-Köpf Referring to a survey by the union-affiliated Hans Böckler Foundation. In the non-representative survey for a research institute in June, 49 percent of those questioned from the bottom fifth of the wage distribution stated that they had already received at least the first dose of vaccine, as the Institute for Economic and Social Sciences (WSI) announced. In contrast, 71 percent of the top fifth of the income distribution reported having been vaccinated at least once. This circumstance is “an imbalance” that absolutely must be eliminated, said Schröder-Köpf. “It cannot be that those who have the most contact with other people are less vaccinated than the others.” As a possible solution, she suggested sending mobile vaccination teams to small and medium-sized companies where there are no company doctors.

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Vaccination campaigns without an appointment in Hanover and Lohne

In the vaccination center in Hanover you can still get vaccinated today between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. without prior notification. The offer is aimed at all people aged 18 and over who have not yet received a first vaccination against the corona virus, as the city of Hanover announced. Interested parties only need to bring ID and, if available, a vaccination certificate. Only the vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are administered. Also today, the district of Vechta is offering initial vaccinations without registration at the Lohne vaccination center. 150 doses of Johnson & Johnson are available for adults and 150 doses of the Biontech vaccine for children and adolescents aged twelve and over. The campaign runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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All of Spain becomes a corona risk area – including Mallorca

The federal government is treating all of Spain, including Mallorca and the Canary Islands, as a corona risk area from today. This means that the Federal Foreign Office advises against tourist trips to the most popular holiday destination for Germans in the middle of the summer vacation. However, there are hardly any practical consequences for holidaymakers: Those who return to Germany by plane from Spain must, as before, have a negative test or proof of full vaccination or recovery with them. This then eliminates the quarantine obligation. Stricter requirements than for Spain now apply to the also very popular holiday island of Cyprus, which is classified as a high incidence area with particularly high numbers of infections. Anyone who goes on vacation there and has not been vaccinated or recovered will have to be in quarantine for five to ten days in the future – even if the test is negative.

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Lower Saxony reports 64 new cases – incidence at 5.5

The seven-day incidence in Lower Saxony rose from 5.1 yesterday to 5.5 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants. According to the Ministry of Health, there are 64 laboratory-confirmed new cases, yesterday there were 90, a week ago 53. The number of people who have died with a corona infection since the start of the pandemic remains unchanged at 5,798. Four municipalities nationwide have an incidence of at least 10: the city of Wolfsburg (16.1), the districts of Cloppenburg (14.1) and Stade (12.7) and the Hanover region (10.7).

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745 infections nationwide – incidence rises to 6.2

For the first time in around two weeks, the seven-day incidence in Germany climbed back above 6.0. According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), it was 6.2 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants (previous day: 5.8; previous week: 5.0). The health authorities in Germany reported 745 new corona infections to the RKI within one day. For comparison: a week ago the value was 559 infections. According to the new information, six deaths were recorded across Germany within 24 hours, one less than a week ago. The number of corona-related deaths rose to 91,231.

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Service: Determine the incidence value for your place of residence

The seven-day incidence of new corona infections has recently fallen steadily in northern Germany. If you want to know what the incidence is in your city or county, just type in your zip code here:

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The incidence value in Schleswig-Holstein is 3.8 – Neumünster is still at 20.0

The seven-day incidence in Schleswig-Holstein has fallen slightly – to 3.8 from 3.9 the previous day. According to the state registration office (as of Saturday, 7:35 p.m.) there were 21 new infections registered in the country (Friday: 2pm). A week ago, 20 new infections had been reported and the incidence was 3.6. Neumünster remains the city with by far the highest seven-day incidence in the country. It remained at 20.0. This is followed by Pinneberg (6.6) and Lübeck (6.0). In the Steinburg district, the seven-day incidence was zero, as on the previous day.

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